Bunnahabhain Distillery – Islay

Av Nigel_Brown
The distillery and surrounding village was built on the North East shoreline of Islay between 1880 to 1882, and started trading as the "Islay Distillery Company". Later, it merged with William Grant & Co. to form "Highland Distillers". In 2003 it was acquired by "Burn Stewart Distillers Ltd", who are the Current owners. The name Bunnahabhain is taken from the Gaelic "River Mouth".

To find it, you need to travel up a scenic three and a half mile, single track road. It overlooks the Sound of Islay and takes in beautiful views of the Paps of Jura.

Their whiskys are milder than some of the others from Islay, which are famous for their strong "peaty" flavour.


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