Bunnahabhain Distillery

Islay, United Kingdom

The Bunnahabhain Distillery was founded in 1881 near Port Askaig on Islay. The village of Bunnahabhain was founded to house its workers. The Bunnahabhain is one of the milder single malt Islay whiskies available and its taste varies greatly from other spirits to be found on the island of Islay, off the west coast of Scotland.



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Founded: 1881


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Stuart S (3 months ago)
The weather was glorious and sunny, with cloudless blue skies, so we did our whisky tasting session on the balcony of the new visitor centre, which I hear is a big improvement on the old one. The distillery itself has gotten a refresh thanks to new owners Distel, adopting the white painted-walls and bold black lettering as the Kildalton distilleries, and has a glorious view of the Sound of Islay and Paps of Jura across the bay. David in the distillery shop is a knowledgable chap and can sort you out for any of their very wide range of small batch, hand-filled, distillery exclusive bottlings, both peated and unpeated, with a broad range of creative cask finishes, six of which we got to sample during our tasting.
Craig Pfeifer (4 months ago)
Didn't know anything about the whisky, but I wanted to try it. I did the warehouse no. 9 tasting, highly recommend. It was a great experience and the staff were friendly and personable. Great location, great whisky!
neily NMAfan (4 months ago)
This was the best visit . David’s presentation and knowledge, ease of delivery, obvious passion for the topic and generosity of spirit made it a tasting to remember and treasure. Thankyou from the bottom of my heart. The rest of the team were friendly and had time. I took the miniature and glass to a quiet spot in Islay later and toasted my dad who passed away very recently. Thankyou.
Lorna Mackenzie (5 months ago)
A fabulous whiskey and location
Georgios Roussos (11 months ago)
What a taste...oh.. unforgettable!
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