THE BUNNAHABHAIN DISTILLERY lies on the peaceful, sheltered north-eastern coast of Islay, the most southerly of the Hebridean Islands. Built in 1881 its name comes from the Gaelic, Bunnahabhain (Bu-na-ha-venn), meaning ‘mouth of the river’, a reference to the Margadale, the river from whose clear Spring waters the whisky is distilled. Read More »
A 33 year old whisky from Bunnahabhain, distilled in December 1979 and bottled in December 2011 by Douglas Laing for their Platinum Selection range. It's a small outturn of 172 bottles, despite sitting in a sherry butt for its entire life.
A single cask Bunnahabhain that you can tell has come from a sherry cask as soon as you see it - dark and foreboding, but in a good way. Bottled at cask strength in January 2011 by Douglas Laing for their Platinum Selection range. MAXIMUM 1 PER CUSTOMER.
A long awaited 40 year old whisky from Bunnahabhain, a bit hit at The Whisky Show 2012. It's limited to just 750 hand numbered bottles and features an intricately designed label showing off the history of the distillery that's signed by the illustrator. The tube is made from heavy wood and features a hidden compartment in the bottom...