Black Bottle - Standard - Islay Blended Whisky 70cl Bottle


Black Bottle - Standard
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Under the watchful eye of Ian MacMillan (Master Blender), Black Bottle evokes the tradition and legacy of the Graham's.

The focus on Islay is no longer as it confused blended and malt Scotch drinkers alike.

The new liquid retains the rich distinctiveness and is a more balanced, smoother finished whisky, married together in virgin oak casks giving a slightly sweeter taste.

Nose : Fresh and floral with freshly sawn oak aromas. Spicy with hints of smoke.

Palate : Silky, mellow and fruity with balanced smoky / peaty flavours then sweet oak and heather honey.

Finish: Soft, elegantly spicy, nutmeg, pepper and a gentle
lingering smokiness.

Category(s):     Blended Whisky

Producer: Bunnahabhain   -
ABV:   40%
Brand:   Bunnahabhain
Country of Origin:   Scotland


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70cl Bottle In Stock £ 21.11 Add to BasketAdd to WishList

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2 Product Reviews

Date of Review: Wed, 24 Nov 2010
Review: Stunningly under-rated blend - has all the virtues of a fine malt balanced by the grain for general drinking. Best with a touch of water, or over ice, when it still holds it\'s flavour and aroma.

Date of Review: Tue, 17 Jun 2008
Review: Now living in North Cyprus I never fail to bring a couple of bottles back from Dumfries on visits there. Without exception, my friends say "Wow" "Never heard of it".

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Producer Information

Bunnahabhain was designed from the start as a high-output malt distillery. Built round a courtyard, in a style that resembles a Bordeaux chateau, the distillery today is little changed. It amalgamated with William Grant and Sons in 1887 to become part of the Highland Distillers group. During 1963 the number of stills were increased from two to four.
Bunnahabhain (meaning 'mouth of the river') shares its name with the village that grew up around it. In effect, development of the distillery created a community dependent upon it for employment. In doing so, an entire village emerged, complete with schoolhouse and village hall.
Prior to the building of the distillery, the adjacent area was inhospitable and uninhabited.

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