Not the maritime character that the name suggest but rather a very well balanced fruit bomb with loads of fresh berries and very well aged. The alternation between the fresh fruits/berries and the well matured more antique flavours is rather lovely. This dram benefits from some aeration time and can take a few drops of water (be careful though!).
All in all a great Bunna that I can wholeheartedly recommend.
A light, fresh, fruity and well balanced whisky with aromas of berries (gooseberries, red currents, blueberries, elderberries) apple, pear, melon, white wine, dried fruits (cherries, sultanas, apricots), nectarines, old books, subtle dry sherry, plums, beeswax, sea breeze (hint of salt), grass, meadow flowers, varnish, dried flowers, sweet tobacco, cinnamon, milk chocolate, cereals, honey, fresh baked cake, walnuts, hazelnuts, fresh bayleaf, antique polish and old oak.
A full, rich, sweet, fruity and well balanced whisky with aromas of apple, pear, pineapple, banana, brambles, apple syrup, honey, vanilla, fresh figs, floral tones, grass, brioche, sultanas, victorian songs, toffee, fudge, hint of rum, hint of salt, beeswax, subtle cocoa powder, varnish, sweet tobacco, new leather, milk coffee, old books, crème brûlée, barley sugars, pepper, cinnamon, ginger, fresh mint, a hint of smocked ham, tannins, marsapin, white chocolate and antique oak.
A long, sweet and slightly drying finish with aromas of fresh fruits, berries, dried fruits, red apple, white wine, dried flowers, butter, hazelnuts, oranges, tangerine peels and antique oak.