Tasting Note~ Color: Deep gold / brassy colour. Nose: Opening aroma is flor sherry like, being mildly nutty and oily with scents of wild honey mingling along side some sulphury notes. Peat is not obvious. Aeration sees a subtle briney note emerge but otherwise the bouquet remains broad, sherry like and ultimately let down by the sulphur. Palate: The palate is moderately concentrated with semi sweet, nutty malt and hints of honey. Finish: Some pardonable sulphury moments towards the finish here too. Stylistically, this marks a departure for the distillery. No doubt it is destined to disappoint many who have enjoyed Bunnah 12 as it was in the past.