Whisky Bunnahabhain Aged 30 years, gift box, 0.7 L
Reviews of purchase Bunnahabhain Aged 30 years, gift box, 0.7 L
Whiskey deep golden honey color.
Silky, creamy taste of whiskey opens sweet oak notes, hints of licorice and nutmeg, which are interwoven with hints of citrus, vanilla, eucalyptus and coconut. The finish is long and elegant, with hints of biscuits, vanilla, ginger and sea salt.
Whiskey is a rich, complex, balanced flavor with hints of oak, spice cakes, fruit cakes, prunes, old leather, roasted nuts and nuances of sea air.
Whisky excellent as digestives in combination with a good cigar.
Bunnahabhain Aged 30 years - an amazing, exciting, rare whiskeys, released a limited edition 357 bottles, each numbered by hand. After 30 years of aging (1980) whiskey is bottled at its natural fortress in 45.4%. This limited edition single malt whiskey is a unique example of craftsmanship and strong traditions of distillation distillery Bunnahabhain. This whiskey was created in order to savor it on special occasions with love and admiration.
According to master distiller Ian McMillan, Bunnahabhain Aged 30 years retains full depth of flavor, aroma and color purity. Filling McMillan after much deliberation and wine have been carefully selected only two barrels of sherry, which truly reflected the best quality and superior performance of whiskey Bunnahabhain.
Rare 30-year-old whiskey Bunnahabhain emphasizes its "environment" - a portmanteau of pink salmon unpainted skin, showing that whiskey in the bottle also has unpainted natural color. Also attached to the temples very beautiful Silver Quaich - kind of small two-handed Scottish drinking cup, historical symbol of friendship and trust, and a mandatory certificate of authenticity, written on parchment paper and enclosed in a glass tube.
Bunnahaven name derives from the Gallic "Boon-a-havn", which means "river mouth", as indeed distillery is located on the coast. Feature whiskey Bunnahaven that in its production is used spring water, which has not passed through the peat bogs, and therefore has no taste of peat, which is inherent in many of the island whiskey. The result is a more whiskey light and soft and perfectly suited for production on the basis of its other beverages. Most of the products available for the production of Bunnahabhain whiskey "Famous Grouse" - popular brand of Scotch blended whiskey. But Bunnahaven successfully sold as a separate brand, refuting the myth of his tenderness coarse peat nature of Scottish malts.