Bunnahabhain Eirigh Na Greine Single Malt Scotch Whisky.
Originally released as a Travel Retail Exclusive.
Eirigh Na Greine (pronounced ae-ree ne gray-nyuh, meaning ‘morning sky’ in Gaelic), a warm malt with complex layers of rich, fruity notes and smooth, embracing spices. Matured in the finest French red wine casks, this luscious malt brings a sweetness to this whisky.
This red wine cask-matured whisky glows amber-gold.
It delivers a unique tasting experience of rich, luscious fruits combined with a spicy warmth.
Colour : Warm, amber-gold.
Nose: Fruity and aromatic, sweet and intense with an inviting spicy aroma.
Palate: Rich with sweet, dark fruit notes and peppered with warming spices.
Finish: Smooth, full bodied and lingering.
Established in 1881 and built close to the Mouth of the Margadale river, Bunnahabhain means Mouth of The River in Gaelic. Bunnahabhain is the only distillery on Islay to produce whisky using pure spring water. Most northerly of the Islay Distilleries – situated on the north east tip of the island. Overlooking the Sound of Islay, a vast stretch of sea travelled by many a seafarer, as illustrated by the helmsman on the pack, Bunnahabhain’s wonderfully remote location makes it an idyllic place for whisky distillation.
Bunnahabhain was once ruled by the sea; until 1960, all deliveries arrived by boat. Today, the waves bring a very different cargo – crew and passengers venturing ashore, often from stunning ocean-going yachts.