Bunnahabhain Islay Single Malt Scotch Whisky
Bunnahabhain, which means ‘mouth of the river’ in Gaelic, first came into existence in 1883. However, its origins can be traced back four years earlier when, in 1879, William Robertson of Robertson and Baxter Blending House, joined with the Greenlees Brothers to create the Islay Distillery Company. And so, with the distillery built on a site close to the Margadale River, in 1883 Bunnahabhain was borne.
Bunnahabhain is located on Islay, and in contrast to other Islay distilleries, the style is un-peated (less smokey). The whiskies are non-chill filtered, natural in color and keeps a proof at 46,3%. The Sherry cask finish is characteristic.
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