Bunnahabhain Toiteach a Dhà

Bunnahabhain Toiteach a Dhà

(0.75l, 46.3%)


8.3/10
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$72.99
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Rejoice: the marvelous mòine Scotch returns.
 
Bunnahabhain (pronounced the same way Ewan McGregor would say Guten Tag), which means “mouth of the river” in Gaelic, found its home on the remote briny coast of the remote Scottish island of Islay. It’s the most northern distillery, which should be enough for them to be knighted the King of the North (of Islay). The distillery was founded by William Robertson and the Greenlees Brothers in 1881. After a few difficulties that included the gale blowing two perfectly good boilers into the ocean, the first bottle of Scotch was filled in 1883. Unfortunately, the distillery was closed in the year when E.T. came out, but they reopened it in 2002 with new plans and a twinkle in their eye. What’s their secret? Their source of water, which is the cool spring in the Margadale hills. When you taste their Whiskies, it’s like being on a boat: the smell of the sea and a whiff of peat smoke. 
 
Another lesson in Gaelic is Toiteach a Dhà, which means “Smoky Two”. It’s an explosive sequel to the popular peaty blockbuster Toiteach. The producers saw that we loved its sumptuous smoky action, so they amped it up and added a strong sherried spice character. Bunnahabhain’s Senior Blender, Dr. Kirstie McCallum handpicked a combo of ex-Bourbon and Sherry casks to mature this peaty-sweet paradox of a Whisky. The grand Islay distiller wows our palates yet again.
  • Category
  • Style
    Single Malt Scotch Whisky
  • Region
  • Country
    United Kingdom, Scotland
  • Alcohol
    46.3%
  • Distillery
  • Age
    NAS

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smoky
peaty
sherry bomb
pepper
oak
spicy
sweet
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caramel
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Tasting Notes

Appearance / Color
Light amber gold
 
Nose / Aroma / Smell
Astoundingly peaty nose with hints of sherry and oak.
 
Flavor / Taste / Palate
The palate opens with warm peatiness and evolves into a sweet Oloroso Sherry with rich notes of oak and pepper.
 
Finish
Long, warm, spicy and smoky finish.
Ratings & Reviews
Nathaniel
Nathaniel,
Love the Smokey in this one.
 
Gregory
Gregory,
A good quality ashtray scotch. A bit more smoke than the 12 year Bunna. Spicy and woodsy taste with a bit of sherry. Finishes fairly long - ashy, oaky, with a bit of the sherry. The 12 year is easier to drink, but this one has a bit more character.
 
Rusty
Rusty,
Great taste! Love the smoke. Definitely a keeper.
 
Geoffrey
Geoffrey,
A strong peaty aroma assails you as you breath in and the taste doesn't disappoint. It's a wonderful smoky drink, which lingers wonderfully after each sip.
 
Mohammed
Mohammed,
Loved It.
 
Mohammed
Mohammed,
Not my type of spirit. It’s very sweet to drink on its own.
 
Anna
Anna,
Good flavor but not as smooth as I like. I prefer the Lagavulin 16.
 
brad
brad,
Definitely an Islay. Very smoky. I do get a hint of sherry, but not much. Very good, but I wouldn't be a repeat buyer unless they come down in price.
 
Rachel
Rachel,
A tiny bit rough but lovely flavors.
 
Jas
Jas,
Tried a couple different Bunnahabhain whiskies and the Bunnahabhain Toiteach a Dhà was a definite winner with a slight peaty aroma and taste with the sherry finish in the palate. I like this one even though I am not high on preference for the peaty whiskies
 
Joel
Joel,
Smoky and smooth. A joy to drink.
 
Jacob
Jacob,
Solid smoky & peaty flavor. A fantastic Islay scotch
 
Gašper
Gašper,
Kinnda too smoky for my taste,interesting though
 
Mike
Mike,
give me your finest Bunnahabhain please..... i just like to say it
 
Joseph
Joseph,
Very clean and smooth peaty scotch.
 
Mark
Mark,
Very nice on the palate with a good smooth start to finish.
 
Chad
Chad,
Holy smokes!!
 
Stefanie
Stefanie,
This is quite smokey. Reminds me of drinking by a fire. I will have to get used to it in order to distinguish other notes.
 
Donavon
Donavon,
Little harsh for my tastes, to much focus on smoke and not the all around balance of flavors.
 
Noel
Noel,
Love the subtle peat taste and solid balance. One of the least peaty brands in the Islay region in my opinion, which allows more complexity of other flavors that I enjoy.
 
Mike
Mike,
Just ordered my second bottle of this delightful, smoky scotch
 
Greg
Greg,
Smokey, smooth and flavorful this is a great dram, and the price is fair. The flavor spiral is on target with a whisky that opens and ends well while offering strong sherry and oak notes along the way.
 
matthew
matthew,
Great Islay, nice nose better taste and after taste. not overly peaty, tons of smoke. Would defiantly buy again
 
Rich
Rich,
I will totally agree for the price it is fantastic. Certainly comparable to $100 plus scotches. But... takes a few glasses to adjust. It hits with all flavors at first sip and then a little sherry lingers . I do like it but it is not typical. Worth a go at the price.
 
Dustin
Dustin,
One of the best for the price you can get.
 
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