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We know our whisky! From single malt and blended whiskey to grain and rye whiskey, we stock over 1000 varieties of whisky, available to buy online. Our range includes whiskies such as Suntory Yamazaki, Yellow Spot, Powers John Lane, Amrut and more familiar brands such as Jack Daniels, Jim Beam and Jamesons. We stock whiskey from America, Ireland, Japan, India and a whole host of other countries around the globe. For the whisky connoisseur there is always something new to discover at Drinkfinder and we will keep you up to date with the latest and rarest whiskies for your collection.

  • Bunnahabhain XXV 25 years old 46.3% 70cl

    A superb Malt from Islay which has been aged for 25 years in Sherry cask and it is an absolute gem. Sweet caramel nose with subtle oak and leather notes. Sweet berry fruit, cream all beatifully balanced with roasted nuts and maltiness. The finish is soft and dry with sugar and spice and all things nice!

  • Bunnahabhain 24 years old 1990 Old Particular 40.6% 70cl
    1 of only 252 bottles from a single refilled Hogshead distilled in November 1990 and bottled July 2015 at 40.6% (only just saved this one). Sweet on the nose, fruity with young barley and orange peel. The palate is sweet initially, then spice and citrus notes. The finish is medium to long and very moreish, caramelised with zesty orange.
  • Bunnahabhain 11 years Cadenheads Small Batch 56.5% 70cl
    The Name Bunnahabhain means " foot of the River" . This bottling is from a single Bourbon cask, just 228 bottles. Distilled 2005 and bottled 2106 at 11 years old at 56.5% vol.
  • Bunnahabhain 12 years old 46.3% 70cl
    The nose of this golden dram offers a fresh and aromatic experience with a subtle whiff of smoke floating through the air. The taste starts with a light fruit and nut appeal that leads to a spectacular malty sweetness. The finish is worth the anticipation as it develops into a beautifully rich, full-bodied, lingering experience.
    Distillery Bottling
  • Bunnahabhain 8 years old Heavily Peated The Macphails Collection 43% 70cl
    This expression of Bunnahabhain has been heavily peated. Salty with a sweet smokiness, bonfire embers. It also shows tropical fruit flavours and milk chcoalate back by the smoke peat on the finish.
  • Bunnahabhain 32 years old 1979 Duncan Taylor 47.1% 70cl
    Duncan Taylor Bottling of Bunnahabhain 32 years old distilled in 1979 and bottled in 2011. This rare bottling is 1 of only 182 bottles.
    A sleeping giant of a distillery to often overlooked for its noisy peaty neighbours

    Tasting Notes:
    Colour: Gold

    Nose: Huge almonds, quite sweet, milky bars, lemon meringue pie and a touch of beetroot! With time it become more zesty

    Taste: Honey, heather, soft lavender. Soft lemons edges with apples , toffee and golden syrup. Faint traces of coastal air, pebble beaches

    Finish: Finished with a touch of aniseed, black pepper seed and honeycombs

    Comment: A nutty, dry and crispy whisky

    Bottled: 09/2011
    1 of 182 bottles
    Cask No.38408

    Out of stock

  • Bunnahabhain 30 years old 1978 Old Malt Cask 50% 70cl
    Bunnahabhain 30 years old single malt whisky was distilled in December 1978 and bottled in April 2009 at a strength of 50% vol and is 1 of 566 bottles only. It was bottled by Douglas liang and is part of their Old Malt cask collection.

    Cask Type: Refill Butt
    Ref: 5120

    Out of stock

  • Bunnahabhain 1991 Scotts Selection 44.6% 70cl
    Bunnahabhain distillery lies on the north east coast of Islay. Compared to the other Islay whiskies it is probably the lightest is style and is ideally suited as an great introductory malt to the the charms of Islay.

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  • Bunnahabhain 20 years old Cadenhead Small Batch 57.1% 70cl
    Small batch bottling from Cadenhead of Bunnahabhain distilled 1994 and bottled in 2105 at 20 years old age. aged in Bourbon hogsheads and bottled at 57.1% vol. 1 of 354 bottles

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  • Bunnahabhain Ceobanach Batch No.1 46.3% 70cl
    This limited Batch Bunnahabhain called Ceobanach pronounced Kyaw-bin-och which means 'smoky mist' has been made to reflect times gone by, when peat was the life blood of people on Islay.Peat was used to heat their homes, make their whisky and trade for money. This whisky has been matured in ex bourbon barrles for over 10 years an has a typicall peaty character. The nose is intense and pungent peat, with sweet vanilla oak. The palate is sweet to start, but smokiness reveals, then vanilla, bitter orange, liquorice and seas salt. The finish is peppery with smoke and sea salt.

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