- Single Malt
- Berry Bros & Rudd (BR)
- Bottling serie
- Stated Age
- 20 years old
- 46.1 % Vol.
- 700 ml
- Added on
- 14 Oct 2012 12:05 pm
6 × in wishlist
7 × member ratings
8 × in collection
Whisky Reviews for Bunnahabhain 1991 BR
6 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 86.25 points
Toffee, sweet, sherry, mint, fruity (bananas, pears), smoke
Peat smoke, sweet vanilla, fruity (apples, bananas), spicy (cinnamon)
Medium long, a little smoke, spicy (mint), vanilla, fresh oak
- Review from Ralfy:
- N: Fruity mature whisky with a touch of fusty peatiness. Bourbon summer fruits dominate lead by potent ripe apples and light straw coupled with oily, peaty malt. Fantastic thick potent nose.
T: Opens with taut apple skin and satsumas with rich malty/spirity sweetness pouring through. Fruity, fluffy, waxy, oily maltiness develops. Then theres more waxy/malty/oily development.
F: Taut apple skin returns - fresh and fruity to the last with malt=oak dancing alongside.
C: A very good Bunna, A single cask 20yo for £77 [Jan ’15] proves there’s still value and provenance to be had from the independents in an age of heavily marketed and over-inflated official bottlings.
Scores a B+
- Bunnahabhain is probably the most underrated whisky in Islay malts. This distillery produces exceptional malts whose appreciation is usually neglected. A very fine Islay malt.
slightly pungent, grassy, flowery, iodine, woody, smoke, peat
light almond, peat, smoke, round, malty, spicy
long finish, dry, pleasant, spicy, oily, smoky
- "The enchanting nose gives fruit notes with a
little marzipan, some jute cloth and spice. The palate is layered, rich
with building sooty intensity as the flavours displayed on the nose
develop. This is beautifully intense with a classy lingering finish."