Fruity, vegetal nose combining a touch of pears and gentle smoke. Strawberry notes combine with maltiness and gentle smoke on the palate. Medium finish.
Bunnahabhain was founded in 1881 by William Robertson and the brothers James and William Greenless. A very smooth, easy-drinking Islay malt, Bunnahabhain (pronounced ‘BOO-na-HAven’) closed and reopened twice during the twentieth century and eventually production was limited to a mere few weeks annually following Edrington’s 1999 acquisition of previous owners Highland Distillers.