Going against the Islay tide for a lot of its history, Bunnahabhain has spent most of its time producing unpeated malt. It has returned to its roots and now produces peated and unpeated spirit throughout the year. The standard bottlings from Bunnahabhain still carry very little peat and are more known for there heavy sherry and slightly maritime character. There are still peated expressions available, more so from independent bottlers. Bunnahabhain makes just under one and a half million litres of spirit a year from two sets of stills.
Bunnahabhain is open to visitors.