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Bunnahabhain | Hand-Filled Exclusive Warehouse #9 Cask 556 | 2004 Pedro Ximenez Noe | 54,1%

Bunnahabhain | Hand-Filled Exclusive Warehouse #9 Cask 556 | 2004 Pedro Ximenez Noe | 54,1%

SINGLE MALT WHISKY
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ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
 
Category Single Malt Whisky
Country Scotland
Region Islay
Volume 700ml
Alcohol Content 54.1%-vol
Age 15 Jahre
Bottling Date 2020
Cask Number 556
Cask Type Pedro Ximénez (PX)
Peat nicht rauchig | unpeated
Filtration nicht kühlgefiltert | non-chill-filtered
Colouring ohne Farbstoffe | non-coloured
Distillery Bunnahabhain Distillery, Bunnahabhain, Isle of Islay PA46 7RP, Scotland, United Kingdom
Importer / Distributor Diversa Spezialitäten GmbH, D-47495 Rheinberg, Deutschland
  • Bunnahabhain - Islay Single Malt Scotch Whisky

    Nestled in the remote Bunnahabhain Bay on the shores of the Sound of Islay, the Bunnahabhain Distillery, pronounced "Bunn-na-ha-venn," meaning "mouth of the river" in Gaelic, stands as a unique jewel in the Islay whisky realm. Established in 1881, it diverges from the Islay norm with its distinctive unpeated style, offering a different perspective on the region's whisky.

    Bunnahabhain is renowned for its gentle, unpeated Single Malt, a stark contrast to the heavily peated whiskies typically associated with Islay. This distinct character is achieved through the use of the tallest stills on the island and the exclusive use of water from a natural spring. The result is a Sherry-infused, delicate, and complex whisky that captivates connoisseurs with its nuanced flavors.

    However, Bunnahabhain also caters to those who favor a smokier dram. The Mòine editions, pronounced "moi-gna" and meaning "peat" in Scottish Gaelic, offer a smoky alternative, showcasing the distillery's versatility.

    Visitors to Bunnahabhain Distillery are treated to breathtaking views and a deep dive into the art of whisky making. The distillery's commitment to traditional methods, combined with its unique approach to whisky production, makes each bottle of Bunnahabhain a testament to Islay's diverse whisky heritage.

    Discover Bunnahabhain Distillery, where the spirit of Islay is redefined, offering a sublime journey through unpeated and peated expressions, each telling a story of the land and the sea.

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