Bunnahabhain Ceòbanach #3
No Age Statement
Ex-Bourbon casks
Ceòbanach means ”Smoky Mist” in Gaelic…is that justify ? Well…read below to know !
Color : transparent? No kidding, barely yellow.
Nose : smoke, smoke, smoke. A little lemon and green apples sure. After a few minutes in the glass to breathe, the smoke fades away and gives way to a little lemon, and more juicy pear than green apple.
Palate : interesting texture in the mouth with a lot of roundness and amplitude. Smoke in the foreground and peat behind. No bitterness of smoke, which comes more from a pizza oven than from a real fire.
Finish : final very short but well felt that leaves room for smoke to express itself. The after-taste is long enough.
Comments : rather one-dimensional, yet not bad at all. If you want a good ol’ smoke well felt, let’s go for a Ceòbanach !
Bunnahabhain Ceòbanach #3
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    • Fantastic Nick

      Oh that’s a shame ! Alhtough not my favourite, I tought it wasn’t bad !

      But I’ll agree there are better Bunna’s !


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I never liked vodka&orange or vodka&cranberry while going out in the Montreal Clubs. I was always drinking whisky&ginger ale or whisky&coke. At some point, I just let go of the liquors and started drinking whisky neat... I hated the taste but damn was I a badass in front of my friends ! Eventually, I stopped being a douche and started enjoying finer drams. Today, I’m making it my mission to taste every whisky and to know everything there is to know about spirits, wine and beer !

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