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This blog will feature tasting notes, reviews, distillery visits and whisky news with focus mainly on Scottish single malts. This will sometimes be accompanied by politically incorrect (whisky) opinions. You have now been warned! :-)
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Thursday, 5 July 2012


Lets do a 2-part trip back to this overlooked distillery on Islay's north-east coast.
Both bottling are from the 70's... one the start and one from the end of the decade...

Bunnahabhain 1970 38yo 40,3%,  ex-bourbon cask#4073, 221 bottles, Duncan Taylor

Deep gold in colour

Here’s exactly what I love in old Bunna - tropical fruits galore! The whole thing just seems more lively and fresh and at only 40,3%

Spices, citrus and other tropical fruits, salt and some oak to keep it all in balance. The Bunna heavy malt notes creeps in along with the oak in perfect measure – just beautiful – not going to elaborate further on this one – it’s just a beautiful old Bunna with everything you can wish for!


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