Bunnahabhain

Whisky in its Purest Form

Bunnahabhain 12 year old

Bunnahabhain’s range of un-chillfiltered single malt whiskies is produced on the Isle of Islay, in Scotland, which is known for its world-famous whiskies.

According to Ian MacMillan, master distiller and blender of Bunnahabhain, the new un-chillfiltered 12, 18 and 25-year-old represent whisky in its purest form with a full depth of flavour, aroma, colour and character.

“In the case of un-chillfiltered whisky, nothing is taken away or added. It retains all its flavour, allowing the gentle, subtle notes of the whisky to come through, thereby providing a purer taste, nose and appearance.”

Bunnahabhain’s single malts are known for their gentle taste profile and by un-chillfiltering, the unique character of these extraordinary whiskies becomes more pronounced. Unlike most single malts from Islay, Bunnahabhain is crafted from unpeated malted barley and pure spring water that flows freely underground, untainted by the peaty moorlands.

Whisky drinkers either new to single malts or who prefer the slightly fruitier and more accessible offerings from Islay are likely to select Bunnahabhain as their whisky of choice.

Bunnahabhain’s range of un-chillfiltered single malt whiskies is produced on the Isle of Islay, in Scotland, which is known for its world-famous whiskies.

The Bunnahabhain 12-year-old is available from fine liquor outlets, retailing for about R490 per bottle.