Posts Tagged “Bunnahabhain”

Bunnahabhain Feis Ile 2019 – Mòine French Oak 2008 (57.4%)

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Bunnahabhain Feis Ile 2019 – Mòine French Oak 2008 (57.4%)

This is one of three bottles Bunnahabhain offered for the Islay Festival this year, and the only Mòine: 2008 Bunnahabhain Mòine French Oak Finish (57.4%) – 1872 bottles. 2001 Bunnahabhain Sauternes Finish (54.2%) – 1188 bottles from Sauternes hogsheads where the whisky was finished for five years, coming from ex-bourbon casks. 1988 Bunnahabhain Champagne Cask…

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Bunnahabhain 1997 Palo Cortado Finish (54.9%)

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Bunnahabhain 1997 Palo Cortado Finish (54.9%)

Before circling back to the Highland Park travel retail series, I wanted to celebrate my wife’s 50th birthday. I chose a special dram indeed, the Distell Limited Edition Malts Bunnahabhain 1997 Palo Cortado. This is also an opportunity to toast the new upgrade that has started at the distillery. The upgrade will include the building…

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Bunnahabhain Moine 2008 Bordeaux Red Wine Cask Matured (58.1%)

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Bunnahabhain Moine 2008 Bordeaux Red Wine Cask Matured (58.1%)

I’m continuing my review of the Distell Limited Edition Malts, today with the Bunnahabhain Moine 2008 Bordeaux Cask. This one is interesting, because we have a Deanston matured in the same casks that was released last year. It’s no secret that I’m partial to whisky in wine casks, and I really liked the Deanston 2008…

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Elements of Islay Bn7 – Bunnahabhain 17 Year Old (55.7%)

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Elements of Islay Bn7 – Bunnahabhain 17 Year Old (55.7%)

Elixir Distillers’ Elements of Islay is out with the new series, which includes four bottlings: Bn7 – A 17 year old Bunnahabhain matured in sherry casks; Pl5 – Bruichladdich Port Charlotte 2009 at 63.1% ABV; CI11 – This is a 2008 Caol Ila bottled at 55.4% ABV; and Lp9 – This is another of the…

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Bunnahabhain 1980 – ‘The Lucky Few Bottle’ 37 Years Old (41.5%)

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Bunnahabhain 1980 – ‘The Lucky Few Bottle’ 37 Years Old (41.5%)

There’s something very special about having your name on a bottle, and it’s even more special when it’s a cask you’ve been lucky enough to have bottled for you and your friends. This is now the second WFFA bottle, the previous being an Orkney 17 year old, and this is a great opportunity to give…

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