- Single Malt
- Chester Whisky & Liqueur Company (CWL)
- Stated Age
- 22 years old
- Bourbon Hogshead
- Number of bottles
- 48.3 % Vol.
- 700 ml
- Added on
- 09 May 2013 1:54 pm
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35 × member ratings
20 × in collection
Whisky Reviews for Bunnahabhain 1991 CWL
11 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 85.88 points
- MAlty and very enjoyable not outstanding
- Massive whisky, lots of wood, sweet and heavy, but very tasty and great, just by the subtle maritime touch and a hint of peat. Beautiful Bunnahabhain.
Very sweet and spicy, almost massive aroma density. Not overly complex, but wood, spices and a subtle maritime smokiness go well together, despite the syrupy sweetness not taped.
Heavy, sweet, lots of wood, but not particularly harsh. Delicious.
A subtle peat note accompanies the bittersweet heavy wood notes. Towards the end, it gets almost a bit too old.
- a bunna full of scents on fruits and nuts, with sweet spices, dry grass, some moss, a little mold, the mouth is thinner, more vanilla, woody, there is a back of lemon a little acid and citrus a little macerated.
the finish is average on the same scents with wood and humus.
no peat, but a salty side, yellow fruits in a hurry, a little cooked, a pack of dried herbs and a little lemon!
- Wet leaves in the nose and a fruity note.
Malty sweetness with hints of ripe cherries.
In the finish, a wave of vanilla mixes into the fruitiness.
- The first sniffing and the first sip are really annoying, then we get used to it and everything is bearable, even almost pleasant.
Woody lemon and wax, it attacks a little.
Slight bitterness, a pinch of salt, citrus.
Acid and bitter finish on lemon and white grapefruit.
- A little water suits him, as well as a long aeration. Quite difficult to access, but endearing. Challenging!
floral, fruity, pear apple, white pepper, cut grass
it smells of undergrowth, a lot of yeast, wet wood. Clove, laurel.
Complex, very dry. We have the sensation of a total absence of sugar. Spicy attack, astringent, woody. Dusty? Rock, rocky.
Prolonged bitterness. A big yeast sensation.
- Close to Tomatin Chester but a bit more complex.
Very vegetal. Thyme
Bitterness. Aromatic herbs. Slightly iodized. Bitter orange.
Average length but final a little too hot / alcoholic.