Bunnahabhain Toiteach A Dhà is a single malt Scotch whisky produced by the Bunnahabhain Distillery on the island of Islay in Scotland. Toiteach A Dhà, which translates to "Smoky Two" in Scottish Gaeli... Read more
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|Name||Bunnahabhain Toiteach A Dhà|
|Alcohol Content (ABV)||46.3%|
|Country of Origin||Scotland|
|Created On CasKompare||02-07-2022|
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On the banks of the Sound of Islay, at the end of a narrow single-track road, Bunnahabhain is renowned for its breathtaking surroundings and delectable unpeated Islay Single Malt Whisky. On Islay, the Bunnahabhain Distillery was established in 1881 close to Port Askaig. To house its employees, Bunnahabhain Village was established. The Bunnahabhain is a gentler single malt Islay whisky that is readily available. Its flavor contrasts sharply with other alcoholic beverages produced on the island of Islay, which is located off the west coast of Scotland. The distillery was once controlled by the Islay Distillery Company, but the Highland Distilleries Company took control of it in 1887. A road was built to the distillery in 1960 after it was first supplied by ship. In 1993, the last shipment by ship was made. When demand increased, it reopened in 1984 after being shuttered in 1981. One of the ten operational distilleries on the island, Burn Stewart purchased it in 2003 and joined with Distell in 2014. The name Bunnahabhain is a translation from the Scottish Gaelic word Bun na h-Abhainne, which means Mouth of the River.