Bunnahabhain Cruach-Mhona

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  • Islay Single Malt Scotch Whisky
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Bunnahabhain Cruach-Mhona
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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.
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Bunnahabhain Cruach-Mhona Reviews

5 Customer Reviews

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  • 5
    11 July

    picked this up in the airport for a great price and I have tried two glasses of this wonderful peated whisky. This is a great complex NAS whisky ( even if it is a touch expensive ) I found a rather pleasing note of tar, sweet peat , lemon(especially when a drop of water is added)Taste wise it is a great peat beast with a sweet spicey note, Reminds me slightly of the 1st or 2nd edition of Laphroiag cask strength left in the glass for a longer settling . It doesn't have the same nutty finish as the 12 YO,( it is there but it is much more subtle. but thats not a bad thing at all , this is a nicely crafted whisky that a peat lover should not overlook because of price... Try a sample before putting ya money down... I tried this against the laphroaig PX cask and Bruchladdie port charlotte 2007 CC:01( which is also great but tasted very, very similar to Auchentoshan Valinch ( also lovely )

  • 5
    9 July

    This is a wonderful sweet and peaty whisky, have been to Islay distillays before but this special!

  • 5
    2 February

    after being an advocate for 36 years i decided to treat myself to this whisky and i have to say no ragrets

  • Reggaeblues 19 March 2012

    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!

  • Bluesman 12 September 2011

    A great dram