Nose: The peat’s not shy in this one – up-front earthy smokiness, with lemon peel, vanilla and buttery biscuits developing around it.
Palate: Maritime notes of sea-breeze and a touch of tarry rope. This is joined by wood spices, creamy citrus and peppery touches on the mid-palate.
Finish: Smoky all the way to the end.
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For the Ceòbanach (pronounced ‘kyaw-bin-och’), the Bunnahabhain distillers have taken inspiration from the days when the distillery used to produced heavily peated spirit. Meaning ‘Smoky mist’ in Scots Gaelic, Ceòbanach certainly packs a rich, smoky profile that classic Islay whisky fans will want to pay attention to. It was matured in ex-bourbon casks and bottled without chill-filtration.
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