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Bunnahabhain takes the plunge into non chill-filtration and high alcohol content! This version, still aged 12 years, reveals the very “ileach” character of this malt which was once known for its absence of peat. Iodine, a hint of smoke and the presence of sherry, notes of fresh and dried fruit, on a background of toasted, malted barley, followed by a long finish.
Built in 1881 in the midst of the Scottish “whisky boom”, Bunnahabhain is located on the north-east of the Isle of Islay. The stillhouse houses two magnificent pear-shaped stills that produce a heavy spirit that generally has low levels of peat. Owned by the Burn Stewart Distillers group since May 2003, Bunnahabhain recently began releasing extremely peaty and smoky young whiskies through independent bottlers.
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