Whisky Bunnahabhain Cruach Mhona


Cruach Mhona

Established in 1881, Bunnahabhain is the most northerly of the Islay  distilleries and one of the most remote.  Over-looking the sound of Islay,  a vast  stretch of sea travelled by many a  seafarer, as illustrated by our Helmsman  iconography, the name Bunnahabhain  means ‘mouth of the river’ and refers to the Margadale River from whose clear  spring waters the whisky is distilled.

A World Traveller Exclusive, Cruach-Mhòna (meaning  ‘peat stack’ in Gaelic) echoes the clear, pure water we use at Bunnahabhain (pronounced Bū-na-ha-venn, meaning ‘mouth of the river’ in Gaelic), with its lively aromas and natural colour. This peaty dram combines the delicate, salty mist of the sea with the sweet scent of burning grass to create a lingering, smoky flavour.

Colour: Pale gold

Nose: Crisp and lively sweet peat, with herbal hay, dry smoke and burning grass

Palate: Starting light, malty and sweet, developing  into smoky white pepper and seaweed saltiness

Finish: Lingering dry smokiness with seaweed and spice

SKU: 77202302

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Alcohol % 50 %
Country of origin UNITED KINGDOM
Box content carton @ 6 bottles x 1 litre
Cartons per pallets 96
Cartons per layer 16
Number of layers 6
EAN Content 5029704217540
EAN Collo 05029704703098
Storage Method Ambient
Weight (gross) 12.1970 kg
Weight (nett) 6.0000 kg
HS code 22083030
Brand Bunnahabhain
Volume 1 litre