Toiteach A Dhà
Pronounced Toch-ach ah-ghaa and meaning ‘Smoky Two’ in Scots Gaelic, this is a sequel to the original peaty paradox on Bunnahabhain’s gentle single malt. …
Stiùireadair (pronounced ‘stew-rahdur’ and means ‘helmsman’ in Scots Gaelic) is the latest member of the Bunnahabhain crew. With a brackish, coastal tinge, this sherried malt will transport you to…
12 Year Old
Our 12 year old Islay Single Malt Scotch Whisky was the beginning of our Bunnahabhain range, launched to fanfare and praise alike. Taste the origins of Bunnahabhain with an alluring balance of sweet…
18 Year old
A rich mahogany Single Malt Scotch Whisky, this is one of the Bunnahabhain family favourites. It is intensely warming; with dried fruit, sherry, toffee and spices leading to a delicious honeyed nuttiness…
A syrupy smooth malt, with a mixture of raisins, honeyed nuts, rich toffee and subtle creamy chocolate, this sherry influenced malt is a real treat.
Taste the rich grape and dried fruit flavours from brandy casks and the nutty sweet, smoky character of Mòine in this delicious limited edition malt.
Bonfire smoke, dried fruit, toffee and vanilla develop into rich grape, oak and sweet spices to create a Distillery Exclusive that will really warm your bones.
25 Year old
Magnificently well aged with a spiced oak glow, the 25 year old is smooth and sweet – sherry, caramel, berries and cream are balanced with roasted nuts to make a delicate yet complex single malt.
40 Year Old
A feast of tropical fruits, berries and creamy toffee blooms into sweet oak, vanilla and rich nuts; this is a whisky to truly behold.
The rich oak smell washes over you, with dark chocolate and vanilla notes woven through. The taste has the merest hint of coastal brininess, with sweet dried fruit, treacle and cocoa, resulting in a dry,…
46 Year Old
An elegant and complex whisky, this is the oldest member of the Bunnahabhain family. Citrus and heather honey are balanced with ginger and roasted nuts to create a silky but spicy malt.
Eirigh Na Greine
Sweet, rich spices evolve into flavours of roasted nuts, fresh fruits and hints of the sea which will transport you to the Bunnahabhain pier at sunrise.
Gaelic for ‘peat stack’, this malt has strong influences of peat and sea salt. Burning grass, hay and sweet herbs burst into flavours of nuts, white pepper, seaweed and sea salt to give an intense…
With a rich sherry influence and aromas of fruit and nuts, this malt is guaranteed to transport you back to the shore at Bunnahabhain.
A rich, russet gold colour, the sherry influence can be tasted throughout, combining with dried fruit and salted toffee to develop into layered smokiness with hints of oak and citrus.