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Bunnahabhain - Eirigh Na Greine

4.5

1 l
  • Morning Sky


    Bunnahabhain means “mouth of the river” in Gaelic, The Distillery found its home on the remote briny coast of the remote Scottish island of Islay. It’s the most northern distillery, which should be enough for them to be knighted the King of the North (of Islay).


    When the Bunnahabhain distillery was founded in 1881, it relied heavily on the sea trade. When you taste their Whiskies, it’s like being on a boat: the smell of the sea and a whiff of peat smoke.


    The water used to produce this their malts rises from limestone springs and travels through a pipeline to the distillery. This process ensures that the water has no contact with peat on its way to the distillery. Therefore, unlike most other Islay malt whiskies, Bunnahabhain is characterized by a lower peat content.


    Bunnahabhain Eirigh Na Greine (pronounced: ae-ree ne gray-nyuh) means "morning sky" in Gaelic. Various single malts, including some of the best aged in former red wine casks, are blended for this Bunnahabhain.

  • Producer

    Bunnahabhain

  • Region

    Islay

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370.00 AED

Bunnahabhain - Eirigh Na Greine
Bunnahabhain - Eirigh Na Greine
Bunnahabhain - Eirigh Na Greine

Bunnahabhain - Eirigh Na Greine

4.5
1 l

370.00 AED

Morning Sky


Bunnahabhain means “mouth of the river” in Gaelic, The Distillery found its home on the remote briny coast of the remote Scottish island of Islay. It’s the most northern distillery, which should be enough for them to be knighted the King of the North (of Islay).


When the Bunnahabhain distillery was founded in 1881, it relied heavily on the sea trade. When you taste their Whiskies, it’s like being on a boat: the smell of the sea and a whiff of peat smoke.


The water used to produce this their malts rises from limestone springs and travels through a pipeline to the distillery. This process ensures that the water has no contact with peat on its way to the distillery. Therefore, unlike most other Islay malt whiskies, Bunnahabhain is characterized by a lower peat content.


Bunnahabhain Eirigh Na Greine (pronounced: ae-ree ne gray-nyuh) means "morning sky" in Gaelic. Various single malts, including some of the best aged in former red wine casks, are blended for this Bunnahabhain.

  • Style

    Single Malt

  • Producer

    Bunnahabhain

  • Country

    Scotland

  • Region

    Islay

  • Cask Type

    Red Wine

  • Age

    No Age Statement

  • Whizzky Rating

    3.8

  • ABV

    46.30%

  • Nose

    Toasted sugar, vanilla, raspberries and a little honey.

  • Palate

    Apricot, sea salt, black pepper, more wine cask-influence berry sweetness.

  • Finish

    Smoky and quite long. A little bit spicy, too.

  • Packaging

    Tin box

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