A full, rich, fresh and complex whisky with aroma’s of tangy sherry, apple compote, currents, backed pear, raisins, oatmeal, wet leaves, brown sugar, maritime tones, fresh bakery aroma’s, cocoa, green walnuts, green apples, musty cellar, moss, toasted bread, dark honey, burnt sugar, milk chocolate, cedar wood, new leather, soft hint of smoke, muesli, mocha, cinnamon, cloves, vanilla, walnut oil, orange marmalade, sweet tobacco, plums, wax, soft varnish tone and fresh oak.
A powerful, a bit dry, rich, full and complex whisky with Aroma’s of raisins, rhubarb, fresh cake, rich sherry, spices (nutmeg, ginger, cinnamon, sweet cloves), kirsch, dark honey, raspberries, strong oak, herbal tones, nutty, walnut oil, green tea, tangerines, orange zest, liquorice root, bitter tannins, molasse, briny, bitter chocolate, toasted bread, cereals, hint of mint, backed apple, soft tone of sulphur, toffee, plums, aniseed, fudge and creamy oak
a long and rich finish with aroma’s of rich sherry, creamy oak, dried fruits, barley sugar, pepper, lemon zest, candied orange, leather, sultana’s, yeast and lush sherry.
Again a lovely Bunnahabhain although this has a different character than other Bunna’s I’ve tasted so far. A Bunnahabhain has never disappointed me and this one is no exception. Lush, rich and engaging! It has a good complexity and layering of flavours, especially on the nose.