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The Distillery

The Bunnahabhain distillery was built in 1881 at what was an otherwise isolated area of Islay. The area was so desolate in fact that a whole village, with the same name, was built in order to house the workers from the distillery.

Bunnahabhain has had a number of owners over the years, most notably it changed hands in 2003, from Edrington to Burn Stewart, a group which is now owned by the South African Distell group.

Bunnahabhain is one of the milder Islay malts, with peated malts only produced for a short period each year. The standard style of this whisky would be an unpeated sherried dram, with notes of sweet dried fruits and a chocolaty smooth sweetness. It has a full range of age and non age statement whiskies being released from the distillery, all of which are rather delicious.

If you like Islay malt, and if you like your whisky mild then we at the Whisky Foundation have got you covered. The Bunnahabhain independently bottled expressions that we stock are an absolute joy to look at and a pleasure to drink.

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This absolutely stunning Bunnahabhain 26 Year Old was created at the world famous Islay distillery in 1991 before being matured in a single sherry cask for the entirety of its 26 year maturation period. It was then bottled by Malt Musketeers. The results are a warming, fruity and wintery dram that brings lots of sherried […]

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This Bunnahabhain 27 Year Old was distilled on Islay in 1989 and then bottled by famous Scottish bottler Hunter Laing. Both the distillery and the bottler have a reputation for being master of their craft so you can be sure that this single cask whisky is an absolute delight. More from Hunter Laing More from […]

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2018 Bunnahabhain 30 Year Old This exquisite Bunnahabhain 30 Year Old is one of the latest releases in Douglas Laing’s “Xtra Old Particular” (XOP) series. Known as a lighter, earthier Islay whisky, Bunnahabhain is the distillery for those that aren’t huge fans of heavily peated drams. This particular expression was matured in a single refill […]

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New Douglas Laing Release for Chinese New Year 2019 To celebrate the year of the pig, Douglas Laing (one of Scotland’s best independent bottlers) has released an incredible set of three fine single malts from distilleries across Scotland. The set includes a Bunnahabhain 2007 vintage 11 Year Old, a Glengoyne 2007 vintage 11 Year Old […]

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