Situated on the beautiful north east coast of Islay, looking out over the paps of Jura, Bunnahabhain is described as the 'gentle Islay', a more approachable style compared to the classic peat smoke characteristic the island is so well known for. The nose is aromatic with a subtle glimmer of smoke and a faint hint of seashore that continues into the palate. Light fruit mingles with a savoury nutty character and rich malty caramel sweetness. A lingering gingery spice on the finish. A unique Islay malt which is a must-try for anyone exploring the diversity of west coast drams.