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The cure for anything is saltwater: sweat, tears, or the sea. And this whisky, made by the gristled Scottish seafarers behind the helm at this Isle of Islay distillery. Back in the day, the only way to get to Bunnahabhain was by boat, and the ship's captain on the bottle is a nod to the intrepid adventurers who risked life and limb just to get the barley onto the island to make this legendary single malt. Approachable, welcoming, warm, just a little bit brackish, and textured — skipping chill filtration in favor of natural authenticity — Bunnahabhain is mellower, less smoky, and minimally peated compared to its island neighbors.