This particular expression from Bunnahabhain Distillery is initially sweet and fruity, with ripe banana and kiwi aromas. A subtle hint of vanilla develops. The palate is sweet and creamy with soft tropical fruit flavors and a lingering milk-chocolate edge, leading to a smooth and creamy finish.
Established in 1895, the family-owned firm of Gordon & MacPhail is custodian to some of the world's finest and rarest single-malt Scotch whiskies. Casks owned by Gordon & MacPhail are sent to distilleries throughout Scotland and filled with 'new-make' spirit, before being left to mature at the distillery or in their warehouses in Elgin. The MacPhail's Collection is a small and exclusive range of fine single-malt Scotch whiskies bottled from distilleries located throughout the main whisky-producing areas of Scotland. Founded in 1881, Bunnahabhain, meaning 'mouth of the river,' shares its name with the village that grew up around it. The distillery produces one of the milder Islay whiskies and differs greatly from other heavily peated spirits found on the island.