Bunnahabhain, founded in 1881, is pronounced Bû-na-ha-venn and means mouth of the river in Scots Gaelic, referring to the Margadale River that flows close by. The distillery is the only one on the island which uses a natural spring water source and unpeated barley in the production of most of its malts. Lacking the influence of the Islay peaty moors, these malts are far lighter on the palate than their Islay counterparts. They are also un-chill filtered in a return to a very traditional technique that gives rise to a rich depth of colour, aroma and flavour – as natural as when they come out of the cask. The award-winning Bunnahabhain has developed something of a cult following amongst aficionados, for the relative rarity of its whiskies and their singular flavour that is quite unlike the peaty, smoky malts traditionally associated with the island of Islay that is home to the Bunnahabhain distillery.
Bottle Size: 750ml(Gift Packaging)