Cruach-Mhona, gaelic for 'peat stack', a pile of drying peat bricks cut for fuel, is a departure from Bunnahabhain's usual style, adding in some peat to their normally unpeated spirit. Originally released solely into travel retail.
Tried this at DF and grabbed 2 - one a 60th birthday present for a close friend. He too loved it.
The epitome Of "sweet peat". Expressive nose reminiscent of TWE's LG1 (Laga!) and Smokehead Lovely transition from nose to palate with tropical fruits and chocolate powder and a peppery finish complementng the peat. A bit too drinkable!
- Reggaeblues, 19th Mar '12
A great dram
- Bluesman, 12th Sep '11
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