N: Instantly moorish concoction of sherry/bourbon sweetness, salty maltiness and a woody herbal oiliness. However, its not very defined, its leaning heavily towards a blended quality. Having recently tried some fabulous blends [ie: Hankey Bannister 40, Lost Distilleries Blend], they came across more as single malts than this Bunna 12. That doesn’t mean theres anything wrong with this Bunna but its offering more of a vague enjoyment rather than a clarity and complexity of particular flavours.
T: Watery, thin, diluted fruit juice and light caramel chocolate salty malt, but its flat - nice but flat. Any potency diminishes in a flash, but wait
F: Despite the drop in intensity, theres a change of heart, a second wind with a long, fresh, sweet, fruity, salty, woody, maltiness. There she blows!
C: The problem with Bunna’s is their inconsistency through poor cask management, so batches will vary wildly year on year. This batch isn’t great, appearing clumsy with too many casks being thrown into a vatted mix of single malt, muddled confusion. Sure the overall result is pleasant but its certainly not up to the standards it can reach, although there are flashes of brilliance.
Scores a C 
A year later, the 2008 batch was stella - the bottle that changed everything!
Scored a B+