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Whisky Reviews for Bunnahabhain 2007 BR
5 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 83.87 points
- Tasted this at VanZuylen. A nice and young smoky bunna.
- No miracle of complexity, but for friends of medical smoke quite worthwhile. (78/100)
The alcohol makes a lot of pressure! Phenolisch-minty notes paired with honey and hay
Sweetish smoke spreads in the mouth. Again, ethereal notes in alcohol ... rather one-dimensional
Long and smoky
A fresh, slightly sour, young but balanced whisky with aromas of peat, smoke, iodine, grass, hay, brine, honey, lemon zest, vanilla, mineral tones (flint), a hint to leather, faint tobacco, malt, cereals, grapes, old rope and railway sleepers.
A powerful, sweet, spicy and herbal whisky with aromas of anise, peat, smoke, mineral tones, tar, railway sleepers, brine, acacia honey, icing sugar, pepper, a hint to oak, laurel, wine, grains, green tea, a hint to leather, ash and earthy tones
A medium long en drying finish with aromas of pepper, smoke, peat, medicinal, honey, soft bitter tannins and oak. The smokiness lingers for quite some time.
There is nothing to complain when you have a Bunna in your glass. This is an uncomplicated easy drinker. Some may argue it’s a bit one-dimensional and lacks complexity. But for a young Bunna it well balanced and has no rough edges. But as you probably know I’m a Bunna enthusiast, so my opinion might be a bit biased.
- It's a well made, young Islay malt. A good one if you want an easy drinker, but it lacks complexity. Still, it's well made and there aren't too many sharp edges.http://whiskyinformer.com/home/bunnahabhain-2007-berry-bros
This one is clearly one of the more peated Bunna's. The peat smoke dominates the notes, along with some iodine and salt. Some vanilla sweetness and lemon zest can also be found.
A surprisingly soft arrival, considering the ABV and it's age. Barbecue smoke, some vanilla and honey in there as well but the smoke dominates.
Again, the smoke dominates. Some bitter oak shows up as well and a slight metallic note at the end. Medium-long finish.
- Undiluted, the alcohol storms forward, but is not brittle. This is followed by heavy smoke, a good portion of salt and iodine plus some soil and ash. A certain sweetness (vanilla?) Is present. He gets a bit bitter at the back.
A few years more would have done him good.