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Tasting Notes

A nose and a taste of this tells more than a book ever could. The beautiful golden spirit’s aroma releasing honeyed nuts and a slightly sea-induced salty tang. Rich toffee and leathery oak notes can be sensed upon further reading, while the palate tells of mellow sherried nuts and shavings of the finest natural oak wood. Its story ends very happily, with dry notes interspersed with mixed spices fading magnificently into a light salt and sherry finale.


Bunnahabhain 18 Year Old Single Malt Scotch Whisky

Our History

The distillery dates back to 1881 and has many tales to tell. One such story is hinted at in these letters from 1889. On the left, is a letter from the management of that day. It informs the Bunnahabhain distillery manager that “dramming”. However, it’s regarding about the practice of allowing workers a non-duty paid drink during the working day. Moreover, it halted on orders from The Board. The second letter is a full, informative and handwritten description of the distillery. Furthermore, right down to the type and number of valves beneath each still. Well, when you love your craft as much as everyone here does, there’s no such thing as too much detail. This is just a taste of our historical records. However, the majority of which are now stored in the Glasgow University archives for safekeeping.

Our People

Along with the pure, clear Margadale Spring and the ocean washing on our shores. Furthermore, it’s our people who lend our whisky some of its character.

The Whisky Making Process

The Beginning From 1881 to the present day, our welcoming malt has always started out the same way. In addition, it’s good quality malted barley, clean, pure Margadale spring water and a little yeast. We could spin you a tale of how our whisky is made. Moreover, we make it from superior ingredients compared to other Islay malts. However, the truth is that all good whisky starts in the same way. Bunnahabhain’s welcoming taste comes from other factors, namely our choice of location. In this particular spot, it benefits from the breath of the bold sea. Moreover, on one side and on the other, the pure spring water of the underground Margadale River.

1. The Mash

With the barley brought across the seas to us now malted and lightly peated. Moreover, we mixed with the heated spring water in the mash tun. This artisan process produces a fermentable solution of the sugars in the malt called wort.

2. The Wash

Backs The next stage in the good ship Bunnahabhain is our Oregon pine wash backs. Here, fermentation takes place as the cooled wort and yeast react to produce a weak alcohol solution called wash. Now we can start the next stage of the story; distilling.

3. Stills

We start the third sate of our malt’s tale as we transfer the wash. Moreover, we transfer the wash to the wash stills and then we heat it. As the liquid heats, it begins to evaporate. This evaporation rises to the top of the still then flows down the curved lye pipe to the condenser. Next, we cool it. Then, it runs on to the low wines receiver. At this stage, the solution is still too weak and impure. Then, we redistill it in a second still called a spirit still.

4. The Heart of the Spirit

The second distillation flows through the spirit safe, where our stillmen, acting as skilled editors of our whisky’s tale, watch for the elusive middle cut, rejecting the first and final parts of the run. Next, we store the middle cut in the spirit receiver for casking. Next,we return the rest to the still and redistill it.

5. The Casks

Our carefully chosen casks bring new character to our story and bless us with hints of their past adventures. Arriving at the distillery, our very own Long John takes delivery of the large oak vessels and moves them to the filling area. From there, we inspect them individually and, if a cask is imperfect, its story will end here.

6. The Bottling

In fact, there’s no greater message on a bottle than Bunnahabhain. Our Master Distiller, Ian MacMillan will in charge of the marriage. He carefully make the colour, nose, flavour and consistency from several different casks, the marriage of which is the role of our Master Distiller, Ian MacMillan. He must match the elements and characteristics of many single casks to the unique taste profile of our welcoming signature malt.

7. The Unchill-filtered process

Moreover, a dramatic twist in the tale: in a bold step we have removed the chill-filtration across all our single malts. Putting so much effort into producing the finest, most welcoming whisky possible, it seemed wrong to us to then sacrifice it for the sake of cosmetics. However, by leaving the flavour and texture in the bottle, we can guarantee an authentic, natural dram with the intensity you expect from us. The final product This is a liquid that, despite being surrounded by dramatic tales of seafaring, has an uniquely approachable and welcoming taste profile that is mellow and quietly confident due to our minimal peating.

Bunnahabhain 18 Year Old Single Malt Scotch Whisky

Our 18 year old Islay Single Malt Scotch Whisky is now enjoying its full potential as the re-introduced unchill-filtered spirit: a story that has excited connoisseurs across the globe. 18 Year Old With the move to unchill-filtered malt and a higher strength of 46.3%, this remarkable 18 year old has more than earned some new packaging. Hinting at the tales the liquid within has to tell, the label highlights the move to a natural colour and an unchill-filtered process. Similarly, the bottle is now presented in a quality gift carton containing a welcoming booklet with information on the brand.

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