Whisky Bunnahabhain 32 Years Old, "Rare Auld", 1979, gift box, 700 ml
Whiskey golden brown.
The taste of whiskey pronounced tones of juicy fruit, hints of rose petals, hay, pepper, citrus peel, ginger cookies, subtle notes of smoke and anise. The finish is of good length, spicy, with hints of ginger, nutmeg and anise.
The aroma of whiskey felt notes of herbs and greens, hints of salted butter caramel, toffee and fresh flowers.
Whiskey is the perfect digestif, combined with a cigar and coffee.
Bunnahabhain 32 Year Old is a collection of old vintage whiskey "Rare Auld", issued by Duncan Taylor. The collection consists of single malt Scotch whiskeys and odnozernovyh the highest quality, made in the most famous areas - Speyside, Islay, Highland, Campbeltown and others. Collection bottle packed in gift boxes with depending on the region of origin of the color code: Speyside - green, Islay - dark blue, Highland - Purple Islands - light blue, Campbeltown - Brown, Scottish Lowlands - red.
Whiskey is bottled from a single cask without any filtration or coloring. Each bottle of this collection is an individual - with detailed information about the plant and the region of origin, the date of distillation, the number of barrels and individually numbered bottles.
Whisky Bunnahabhain 32 Year Old is distilled in February 1979, aged in barrels under the number 1774 for 32 years and was bottled in June 2011. In all there were 499 bottles. Aged in barrels of sherry, whiskey has a rich, spicy, fruity taste in the style of old Bunnahavena.
Scottish brand name Bunnahabhain comes from Gallic phrase "Boon-a-havn", which literally means "river mouth", it is not surprising, since the distillery and warehouses with barrels really located right on the beach. Feature whiskey Bunnahaven is that in its production uses water from springs located on a hill and passing through the peat bogs, and therefore has no distinctive taste of peat, which is present in many local whiskey. As a result, whiskey Bunnahaven a softer light and taste than its neighbors, as well as ideal for the production on the basis of its other drinks. Most of the products Bunnahabhain distillery supplied for the production of the popular brands of whiskey, "Famous Grouse" and "Cutty Sark". But Bunnahaven successfully sells and spirits under its trademark, denying its delicate flavor myth of the rough nature of Scottish malts with peat hills.