Bunnahabhain 12 Year Old
Built in 1881, Bunnahabhain (pronounced ‘BOO-na-HAven’) refers to the Margadale River and means 'Mouth of the River' in Gaelic. Located in a small secluded cove, which protects it from the fierce winds blowing in from the Atlantic ocean, in the area of Argyll near Port Askaig.
This bottling has been Double Matured in Ex-Bourbon Casks and Ex-Sherry Butts. On the nose clearly defined sherry notes of homemade toffee, refreshing coastal air, antique leathers, seaweed, toasted cereals, and vibrant heather florals. On the palate finds an almost sweet maritime freshness, hazelnuts, dark spices, dried fruits, tangerine citrus, and an almost salty quality. A lingering sherried finish of resinous viscosity and a delightful wisp of campfire smoke.
A sherry spectacular, that both warms and comforts…
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