The first taste is sweet and peppery. It has a slightly alcohol heavy initial taste with some light oak and fruit, but it’s reasonably smooth with it. Salty and very slightly bitter on the aftertaste and a medium long finish. As a NAS Bunnahabhain it’s not bad. Unfortunately, it promises more than it delivers. Still a decent dram, but it just tastes too young and loses some of the layers and complexity of a typical Bunnahabhain for it.
69.95 GBP per Bottle