Bunnahabhain 19 yo 1991/2011 (51.9%, Adelphi for The Whisky Shop Dufftown, refill sherry butt, cask #5458, 120 bottles) Colour: amber. Nose: a chocolaty sherry at first nosing, somewhat winey but not excessively so. Say chocolate and coffee-schnapps, the schnapps part being rather kirsch. Goes on with more orange liqueurs and a little raspberry and strawberry (jam). Not a very 'wide' nose but it's pleasant. Bailey's. With water: more of the same but it got more refined, more civilised. And more Bailey-ish - in a nice way! Mouth (neat): starts very spicy and fruity at the same time, like a heavily peppered and gingered fruitcake. It's quite unusual and slightly pungent , let's see what water will do… With water: that worked. Jams and spices but soft ones this time. Swims well. Finish: long, more on bitter oranges, with 'ideas' of Demerara rum in the aftertaste. Comments: it's a biggish Bunnahabhain. Medium polished, I'd say, but (and?) it really delivers. SGP:552 - 86 points.