Fresh and fragrant, the 12-Year-Old single malt offers floral aromas with hints of dried fruit and a whisper of smoke. The palate is full-bodied with a malty sweetness and nutty caramel and vanilla flavors that lead to a rich, lingering finish.
The Bunnahabhain 13 Year Old Marsala is a complex, single-malt whisky with rich layers of thistle honey, vanilla, crushed walnuts and an intriguing spice. It was first aged in ex-Bourbon casks for 10 years, then transferred to Marsala wine casks for an additional three years to impart a sweet, nutty character.
The 18-Year-Old has warm aromas of honeyed nuts, sticky toffee pudding and baking spices. It's a rich, dense expression with flavors of roasted chestnuts and a soft oak spice that lead to a lengthy finish.
Sweet caramel and subtle oak aromas give way to polished leather and hints of dried fruit and spice on the nose. Aged for 25 years, the palate expresses sweet berries and cream with roasted nut and malt, leading to a soft, dry finish.
Rich and fragrant with aromas of smoke, tar and sweet oak, the Ceobanach is a copper-gold colored Scotch with an unusually complex character. The intensity of Islay malt peat and maturation in an ex-Bourbon cask combine to produce a smooth Scotch whisky with a sweet maltiness and hints of white pepper, bitter orange, licorice and sea salt.
Toiteach, meaning "smoky" in Gaelic, is made by introducing the smoke from peated barley malt into the distillation process. This practice makes Toiteach distinct from other Bunnahbhain Scotch whiskies, and gives it a well-balanced smokiness and warm flavors of sweet Sherry and delicate pepper.