Bunnahabhain started production in 1883 and currently the majority of the spirit it produces is lightly peated, although since 2012 around 20% of the output has been peated at 35ppm. Sheltered from the Atlantic this lighter Islay whisky has an important role in Cutty Sark as well as Black Bottle, while its standing as a single malt has increased since it dropped colouring, chill filtering and increased the bottling strength of their core range to 46.3%ABV.
The 12 year old is a very lightly-peated malt that serves as perhaps the mildest introduction to the Islay style. Floral and fruity tones dominate with the peat influence in the background. Picked up the top prize in its category at the World Whisky Awards 2010. Old-style labelling.
40% ABV / 70cl
Please note edge of tin lid and inside lip of tin have been sanded down to remove rust, and tape placed around tin lid.
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