An unpeated, iodized single malt, aged in sherry casks, it is both creamy and saline. Light notes of spices appear at the end of the mouth.
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Formerly accessible only by sea, the Bunnahabhain distillery takes place on the northern tip of the island of Islay, at the end of a winding, windswept path. Since its creation in 1881, the sailor singing Westering Home on the logo has watched over the whiskeys of this distillery.
The whiskeys it produces are slightly peaty and very powerful, no doubt due to the two pear-shaped stills from which the whiskeys are produced. All Bunnahabhain single malt are unfiltered and recognized today as exceptional products thanks to their refined complexity.
Bunnahabhain Stiùireadair (pronounced stew-rahdur) single malt is a "sherry" version of the distillery. A typically creamy and coastal whiskey with notes of caramel, nuts, dried fruits and spices. It pays homage to the shore of the distillery on the northeast coast of Islay. It is matured in first and second fill sherry casks from different locations in the cellars to recreate a “sea storm” in the glass.
The nose alternates between notes of brine, toffee, vanilla and spices. The palate is creamy, fruity, with hints of cinnamon and cloves and a salty touch. The finish is long and fruity.
46.3% vol. 70 cl.
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