A Bunnah' Trifecta - New Shipment makes for even better pricing.

Bunnahabhain's low-to-unpeated style has gained a reputation as the most gentle single malt produced on an island otherwise famed for its massively flavoured whiskies. However, in the wake of a number of successful super-peaty indie Bunnahabhains, the distillery has finally released an official expression of their heavily-peated malt (Toiteach). And while the majority of Bunnah comes out of x Bourbon barrels, in the last decade they've been experimenting with a range of cask types. Sherry and red wine leave their mark in Cruach Mhona and Eirigh Na Greine respectively. All three bottlings arrive at direct import pricing with the latter two offering super value in big one litre format.
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Bunnahabhain Eirigh Na Greine Single Malt Scotch Whisky (1000ml)

Reduced from $145.00


Bunnahabhain Toiteach Single Malt Scotch Whisky (700ml)

Reduced from $145.00


Bunnahabhain Cruach Mhona Single Malt Scotch Whisky (1000ml)
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Reduced from $165.00


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If you find yourself on the Isle of Islay, Bunnahabhain on the east coast is definitely worth a visit. A beautiful distillery producing some beautiful whisky that's unlike almost any other from the island, being only lightly peated. The operation remains firmly set in tradition although the company now imports its own raw materials. The labelling is reminiscent of Bunnahabhain's coastal setting, and utilises words and imagery from the ballad 'Westering Home' (to Islay.) The poetry is more romantic than the reality - there have been 250 recorded wrecks around the coast of Islay including that of a large trawler which has lain nearby the Bunnahabhain distillery for over twenty years! Nevertheless, the charm of the label remains undiminished.