Meaning 'Mouth of the river' in Gaelic, Bunnahabhain distillery is located at the mouth of the Margadale Spring on the shores of the Sound of Islay. Bunnahabhain is not a typical, heavily peated, smoke-filled Islay ? instead it lets the sea and the island?s nature speak naturally. This welcoming taste embodies the approachable side of Islay.
There was a time when the only real way to reach the Bunnahabhain distillery on the North Eastern tip of the Island was by sea. Thanks to the creation of a road in the 1960s, casks of the 'good stuff' was introduced to the world, and received to great acclaim.
This expression from the famously unpeated Islay distillery is a sequel to the original Toiteach, crafted using Bunnahabhain M?ine, the distillery's peated spirit. It's name, Toiteach A Dha (pronounced 'Toch-ach ah-gha'), translates to 'Smoky Two' in Scots Gaelic and combines a higher proportion of sherry casks than the original. Presented free from chill-filtration and artificial colouring,
There's an intriguing peatiness on the nose, with hints of sherry and rich oak.
An immediate warming peatiness drifts onto the palate, to a sweet Oloroso sherry influence with rich oak, balanced with delicate pepper. And a robust finish.
700mL | 46.3%ABV