Bunnahabhain Unveils Limited Edition Expressions Including Rare Peated Malt

Islay’s most remote distillery, Bunnahabhain has unveiled two new limited edition expressions – a peated Bunnahabhain 2004 Moine Brandy Finish and an unpeated Bunnahabhain 2003 Pedro Ximénez Finish. The 2004 Moine Brandy Finish is a peated malt that has latterly been matured in brandy casks, which is a first for the distillery. Bottled at 55.7%,Continue reading “Bunnahabhain Unveils Limited Edition Expressions Including Rare Peated Malt”

From Brittany To Bunnahabhain: Artists ‘Seas The Day’ As They Set Sail In Boat Which Will Become Whisky Barrels

Bunnahabhain Islay Single Malt Scotch Whisky announces Hogshead 733 – a collaboration with contemporary artists Maxime Berthou and Mark Požlep to produce the first ever whisky finished in casks made from a former fishing boat. The two men have embarked on an epic 733 mile sailing quest which will see them battle the high seasContinue reading “From Brittany To Bunnahabhain: Artists ‘Seas The Day’ As They Set Sail In Boat Which Will Become Whisky Barrels”

Bunnahabhain

The latest release from Bunnahabhain see’s one of the oldest whisky expressions I’ve ever personally had the pleasure of experiencing; (meaning “The great waves of the God Lìr), itself the oldest expression launched by the brand. It’s said that during the winter months, the distillery warehouses wich are situated close to the sea on theContinue reading “Bunnahabhain”