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BUNNAHABHAIN 2004 Carn Mor

BUNNAHABHAIN 2004 Carn Mor

Single Malt Scotch Whisky
  • 53.8%
  • 70cl
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    Single Malt Scotch Whisky
    53.8%
  • 70cl
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    TASTING NOTES:

    • Aroma: Stewed orchard fruits of apples and pears, damp oak, salted caramel cookies, subtle peat smoke and some dried dark fruits.
    • Palate: Dried dark fruits of raisin and sultana, red fruits of cranberries & strawberries, there’s some dried citrus peel and toasted nuts with very well integrated peat smoke.
    • Finish: Dark chocolate and concentrated oranges with some peppery spice.
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    BUNNAHABHAIN 2004 Carn Mor

    BUNNAHABHAIN 2004 Carn Mor is the most northerly and remote on the island of Islay and was opened in 1883 to make use of excess grain from local farmers. The name Bunnahabhain translates as ‘mouth of the river’ and if you ever visit will see that the distillery is built near the mouth of the River Margadale which flows into the Sound of Islay. Pronounced Bú-na-ha-venn, this Islay Single Malt Scotch whisky is quite distinct from the many others on the island, given the wonderfully gentle taste profile for which it is known.

    Càrn Mòr is an independent bottling label produced by the family owned and operated Morrison Scotch Whisky Distillers. Morrisons own the Aberargie distillery in Perth, Scotland which is now 3 years old (January 2021). The company was originally started by an ex employee of the independent bottling company Scottish Liqueur Centre when in 2008 he gathered a group of whisky enthusiasts and began bottling and selling whisky. The Gaelic name Càrn Mòr is given to the ninth highest mountain in Scotland which sits on the Northwest Highlands. The English translation is Great Peak.

    Released as part of the Celebration of the Cask range this Bunnahabhain was distilled in December 2004 and sat maturing in one ex-Sherry Butt for 15 years. It was bottled by Càrn Mòr in January 2020 with only 396 bottles being produced at an abv of 53.8%.

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