Bunnahabhain 'Toiteach A Dhà' Single Malt Scotch Whisky, Islay, Scotland (750ml)
Founded in 1881 by James Ford, James Greenlees, and William Robertson, Bunnahabhain, which in Gaelic means "river mouth", has had many closures and re-openings over the years. It is now operated by Burn Stewart Distillers. Bunnahabhain whiskies are lightly peated, and have a lot of salty marine tones.
The distillery bottling range has many whiskies ranging from the 12-year-old to the 40-year-old. This specific scotch is typically 10-12 yrs old and bottled at 46%. Notes from the Distiller - Meaning 'Smoky Two' in Scots Gaelic, Toiteach A Dhà (pronounced Toch-ach ah-ghaa) is a sequel to the original peaty paradox on Bunnahabhain’s gentle single malt. To create this Mòine variant, our Senior Blender, Dr. Kirstie McCallum selected a combination of ex Bourbon and Sherry casks which were then matured in full, in our coastal warehouses on Bunnahabhain Bay.