Whisky Bunnahabhain Eirigh Na Greine
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 Eirigh na Greine (pronounced ae-ree ne gray-nyuh, meaning ‘morning sky’ in Gaelic). The name was inspired by the morning sun that rises across the sound of Islay right in front of the distillery.
Colour: Warm, amber-gold
Nose: Fruity and aromatic, sweet and intense with an inviting spicy aroma
Palate: Rich with sweet, dark fruit notes and peppered with warming spices
Finish: Smooth, full bodied and lingering
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