Matured in sherry, bourbon and whisky casks for a tranquil balance of soft, sweet fruit and nuts with a hint of seaside smoke, this is a malt with many layers to explore. The idyllic location of Bunnahabhian (pronounced Bu-na-ha-venn and meaning “mouth of the river” in Gaelic) was discovered early in 1881 when the only real way to access this isolated corner of the island was by sea. Today the adventurous will still be rewarded by discovering the many subtle layers of this welcoming malt. Russet gold in colour with fresh, aromatic and fruity aromas, and a subtle prevalence of smoke. Light, fruity and nutty with hints of vanilla and caramel. A lingering, beautifully rich, full bodied finish.