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Whisky Reviews for Bunnahabhain Bn6 SMS
12 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 86.43 points
- dark fruits, cooked fruits, sweet spices, toffee, easy flawless and drinkable
- Notes by producer;
A single first-fill sherry butt works its magic here, adding beautifully rich fruit and spice notes. An ideal after-dinner dram.
Distillates from the early 2000's matured in a oloroso sherry butt.
Big toffee and baked raisins with butterscotch and charred oak.
Stewed autumnal fruits, rhubarb and Cox’s apples baked with brown sugar. Flavours of marzipan and dark chocolate coat the palate while a touch of peppery spice add a subtle savoury element.
Bonfire smoke and rich espresso linger with notes of treacle.
- This is a nice example of a subtle sherry matured Bunna. It takes some time to open up this dram and a wee drop of water can help you here. On the palate it starts quite spicy but soon becomes sweet with lot’s of caramel and vanilla. the character of this sweet, and somewhat spicy, whisky is much to my liking.
All in all a good bunnahabhain expression.
A fresh, sweet and rich whisky with aromas of grass, subtle sherry, hay, honey, toasted oak, caramel, toffee, sweet tobacco, fudge, butterscotch, subtle sulphur, beeswax, milk coffee, damp cellar, nuts, subtle chocolate, citrus (mainly oranges), plums, banana, vanilla, subtle hint of smoke, yeast, cereals and more toasted oak.
A powerful, sweet and rich whisky with aromas of sherry, subtle tannins, dark forest honey, berries (blackberries, gooseberries and a hint of raspberry), dried fruits (sultana, plums, dates, apricots), brown sugar, mastery, jam, hint of brine, caramel, fudge, butterscotch, oranges, vanilla, pepper, malt, licorice root, hint of leather and toasted oak.
A medium long, slightly sour and juicy finish with aromas of lemon juice, sherry, berries, oranges, Ovaltine, caramel, butterscotch, subtle dried fruits, soft tannins and creamy oak.
- Actually a very good Bunnahabhain if you like sherried ones - it's not so maritime like the typical Bunnahabhain but nevertheless I like this one too
Fresh, rich and sweet sherry wood, very nutty, lots of toffee, chocolate, plums, little bit of citrus fruits, oranges, etc.
Punchy but oily and liquorice, very nice sherry wood, roasted toast, nuts, toffee, little leather notes
Long and warm, still having the rich sherry wood in the mouth and really not too dry
- Quite nice, lovely.
Sherry, slightly smokey, vanillins, creamy and spirity
Full, young and some peat
Tasty and long