It’s Whisky Wednesday once again so pour a dram!
Duncan Taylor is an independent bottler based in Huntly Scotland. Founded in 1938, it is one of the few family owned bottlers in the industry today. They started as a cask broker and developed strong ties with distilleries all over Scotland. They bring their own cask to the distillery and have it filled with new make spirit. This resulted in a collection of cask whiskies distilleries- many of which are now closed- which are still maturing in the Duncan Taylor warehouse today.
Bunnahabhain Distillery is a very special distillery located on Islay. Founded in 1881. Is one of the milder single malts on the island with their core age statement range being unpeated. Translated it means “Mouth of the River.”
Colour: Light Gold
Nose: Butterscotch, Peanut butter and jam on almost burnt whole-wheat toast, candied pears, strawberries and heavy cream.
Palate: More peanut butter and jam on toast, creamy vanilla pudding, salted caramels
Finish: Long and drying, ashy smoke and white pepper.
Mouth Feel: At first, mouth coating and then drying.
Paired with: Aged Farmhouse cheddar, bacon wrapped scallops or the darkest of dark chocolate.
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