We had some Bunnahabhain Darach Ur in Germany recently and loved it. When we got home I ordered 2 bottles. I am now concerned that there is a note on the website that they are currently out of stock.
- Keith Anderson, 12th Oct '12
Matthew, if your having trouble finding this in New Zealand then we can have a bottle shipped over to you. Please see our shipping page for more information:
- TWE Admin, 18th Jul '12
This is an absolute delight to drink, i just wish i could find some in New Zealand, i do not come back to UK until 2015 my 1/3 will not last that long. Please help!!!!
- Matthew, 16th july 2012., 17th Jul '12
Just bought this at duty free on the way to euro disney. Love it!!! First time i have had a bunna, was really taken back. I knew it was the one Islay whisky that wasn't peaty but was still really surprised. Always drink my malts neat but i do think this one will be great with ice on a sunny sunday afternoon sat in the garden. Right up there my favs. Excellent.
- mark saunders, 28th Mar '12
A great dram
- Bluesman, 12th Sep '11
Be warned - this is heavy on the oak, and no mistaking. Vanilla is there and is pleasant enough - but if I were being critical the oakiness lacks a counterbalance. Tastes young. So: pleasant and perfectly quaffable, but straightforward and lacking complexity.
- Cav66, 5th Jul '11
Sharp and sweet, lacks complexity. Where is that famous Bunna spiciness?
- Mikko, 30th Nov '10
I'm now in search of a new bottle of this wondrous delight! After squeezing every living drop of dew out of the bottle, I find myself stranded without. There's no doubt that this whisky needs no "help" from any other source than air and time. I love that every mouthful has flavors that the last did not and that the nose grows evermore voluptuous with the passing minutes. I highly recommend this fantastic blend to anyone that enjoys only the finest whiskies.
- Sam, 29th Jul '10
Took some with me to Iceland last week, having bought it at the airport, totally blind, and trusting in the name. It's gorgeous!A third of it was drunk during the 5 days we were there,the remainder gifted to a whisky-loving Icelandic friend.I NEVER put water in my whisky- it tastes like it's got water in it! My dad had a saying that if you absolutely HAVE to take water with your whisky, it should be burn water only, and "just enough to let it paddle: not enough to let it swim"!
- Andrea, 7th May '10
Without doubt the most wondrous experience, the most exquisite mix of a myriad complexity to ever cover my palate. How anyone in their right mind could pollute this with water, ice or anything other than air is beyond my capacity to reason.
- anonymous, 27th Apr '10
A friend brought it from Glasgow. It is excellent when left to open up a bit
- anonymous, 16th Apr '10
little bit different then your normal bunna. Add some water and let it rest for a while it opens up beautifully. Got mine at the airport and bought it as an experiment. drank it straight at first and didnt like it much, after i added some water and let it rest it was VERY nice. If i had a chance ill get it next time. it is really worth to try.
- dasir, 11th Jan '10
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