Bunnahabhain means "mouth of the river" and is one of the eight renowned distilleries on Islay, an island off Scotland's west coast in the Southern Hebrides. It is the only single malt distillery on the island that uses pure, natural spring water. Ceobanach comes from the Gaelic and means "smoky fog". It was published to give an insight into the original smoky Bunnahabhain character from the end of the 19th century. The master distiller Ian MacMillan has selected only the best Bourbon barrels for thisTasting notes:Colour: gold. Nose: intense, lively, smoke, oak, sea salt. Taste: Smoky, creamy, sweet, balanced, malt, vanilla, fruit, hints of white pepper and salt. Finish: Long lasting, peppery, smoke.