For lovers of peat!
With the launch of the new Bunnahabhain baptized "Toiteach" (pronounced "Totch Tchach"), is a true revolution that triggers the Islay distillery compared to its history. Because this name, which means "smoked" in Gaelic, is in itself all program. The distillery northernmost island had indeed always distinguished from her sisters by the absence of peat and smoky notes in its malts, operating in a malted register powerful and often sea, always remarkably aromatic.
Toiteach is a powerful malt, where peat felt its vegetal notes as soon as the first nose, but with elegance and without dominating the other flavors.
On the palate, the attack is warm, well marked spoke peat, but also accompanied by fruity notes of sherry and pepper character.
The finish is voluptuous, beautiful long peat with a long persistence.
Origin: Island of Islay
Most Western Islands of Scotland (except for the Hebrides) is hardly attractive, with its stony hills not exceeding the 500 m and its peaty Plains battered by the wind. Islay is a real paradise for lovers, because it contains more typed malts of Scotland. The island has strengths explaining the vitality of his whisky production. Indeed, its fertile lands long allowed them to produce barley to its needs; water is abundant thanks to a strong rainfall; and bogs, providing fuel, represent nearly a quarter of the area of the island.
|Type of products||Liquor|
|Appellation||Single Malt Islay Whiskey|
|Cuvee's name||Toiteach A Dhà|
|Main grape variety||No|