A guest review by Jan Temming
Duncan Taylor is known for laying premium Scottish cask for decades. Therefore Duncan Taylor has built quite an impressive collection of vintage and rare Scottish whisky’s. Let’s have a look at this 21yo Bunnahabhain, bottled in 1991:
Maybe strange, but the fragrance of an old wardrobe comes at first, notes of tropical fruits like pineapple and peaches will follow soon. There are also hints of pencil shavings, mint leaves and old vinyl-records.
A lovely tropical sweetness, hints of wood, vanilla, whipped cream and milk chocolate rise to the surface.
The finish is long, soft and comes in different layers. The taste of vanilla combined with milk chocolate lasts.
This dram Is definitely worth the 21yo age statement, it’s mature in every sense! Hence the hints of old wardrobe and vinyl-records?