Softened by double cask maturation, the 12 year-old expression is a fine start to the aberlour range.Traditional oak and seasoned Sherry butts are both used to great effect, as the mellowed spirits within are combined to deliver a subtly balanced flavour.
Bottled at a slightly higher abv than the previous release by Aberlour, A'bunadh batch 55 is another intensely sherried single malt whisky matured in Spanish Oloroso sherry casks, this time presented at 60.9% abv.
Matured for 16 years in a combination of first fill oak Bourbon casks and the finest Sherry butts, this expression’s warm fruity notes are enriched by an engagingly spicy sweetness. Great legnth and complexity with this whisky.
Well-sherried, high-strength single malt whisky from Aberlour can only mean it's another batch of the ever popular A'Bunadh! Batch 58 was bottled up at 60.9% ABV after enduring a long and steady maturation in Spanish Oloroso sherry casks.
Matured for 15 years in a mixture of of bourbon and sherry casks offers this single malt whisky bags of fruit aswll as a great sweetness. There is lots of sherry on the nose, and warm honey. The palate consists of dried fruits, lots of vanilla and the zest of an orange peel. The sweet citrus...
One of the first whiskies from That Boutique-y Whisky Company to feature an age statement was this 23 year old Aberlour. Expect notes of honey, custard and spice from this Speyside single malt. 432 bottles were released.
A classy Aberlour presented by independant bottlerCàrn Mòr for their Celebration of the Cask range. This 26 year old was aged in single hogshead #11336 from October 1989 to July 2016, which filled 225 bottles once emptied.
Aberlour is another whisky you don't see much of in independent bottlings, this being a superb 25 year old, matured in cask 10953 from 1990 to 2015. This Speyside single malt Scotch was bottled for the Extra Old Particular range by Douglas Laing. Just 289 bottles were produced.
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