Category: Whisky / Malt Whisky
Islay, the most legendary of whisky islands in the world, is known for distilleries that produce a heavy, peated, smoky style of whisky.
Bunnahabhain is the exception to that rule, as this distillery on the north-east coast makes a much lighter, and more accessible malt than much of its Islay brethren.
The An Cladach, which means ‘The Shore’ in Gaelic, has a rich sherry influence with aromas of fruits and malt, said to transport you to the shore at Bunnahabhain distillery.
NOSE: Dried fruit, caramel and vanilla with rich sherry notes.
PALATE: Creamy and smooth with rich sherry, nuts, spice and briny coastal undertones.
FINISH: Long and lingering, with hints of rich, dried fruit.