Aberlour A'Bunadh Single Malt Scotch Whisky, 70 cl with Gift Box

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Aberlour A'Bunadh Single Malt Scotch Whisky, 70 cl with Gift Box

Aberlour A'Bunadh Single Malt Scotch Whisky, 70 cl with Gift Box

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If you are a fan of trying something different, Aberlour single malt whisky is an ideal way to expand your Scotch collection, but you might also find our full Scotch whisky selection to be of interest.Whether you're looking for one of these, or for Aberlour 12, 14, 16 or double-cask whiskies, you can find your whisky of choice in the House of Malt range. Standing now, faced with the wall of glowing amber capsules lining the wall of my whisky nook, a rarified section of my own house where I’m permitted some semblance of freewill to do as I please (let’s not get excited, whatever I do is then assessed by the house committee for aesthetics and neatness), I can’t help but feel a multitude of emotions. No partnership, joint venture, agency, or employment relationship is created as a result of your use of the Service.

I’ve been hard on Aberlour, there’s no denying it; those beautiful glass ampules with such rich amber promise within have failed time and again to capture my excitable heart. It’s a reconciliation that gives rise to the huffle puff, because with a developing palate and blossoming knowledge about whisky, casks, qualities and costs, looking back at these gateway whiskies and their stats suddenly stamps a big question mark upon them: What am I getting for all that money? It’s been almost two years since I opened my first Aberlour, the whisky I purchased after discovering how amazing whisky is through Glengoyne, and it promptly blew my inexperienced head clean off. This may include increase the size of some fonts within the message to pay particular focus on key lines or phrases, spacing message over extra lines and removing unnecessary punctuation.Regardless of whether the Service offers the functionality to contribute, you are solely responsible and liable for any content and information that you create, upload, post, publish, link to, duplicate, transmit, record, display or otherwise make available on the Service or to other Members, such as chat messages, text messages, videos, audio, audio recordings, music, pictures, photographs, text and any other information or materials, whether publicly posted or privately transmitted (“Contributions”). Aged in Olorosso sherry casks, you'll be treated to lots of rich dried-fruit flavour and dark chocolate with sweet spices.

It includes blended Scotch whisky, grain Scotch whisky, and indie bottlings, plus brands such as Spey, Ballantine, and Glen Elgin. They mention that it is full-bodied and creamy at the same time, and is surprising smooth considering the strength.Zesty on the palate, flavours of grapefruit and apple dance across the tongue, complemented by notes of marzipan and shortbread which melts into a delectably smooth finish. We recommend that you do not rely solely on the information presented here and that you always read labels, warnings, and directions before using or consuming a product. These beverages exhibit truly unique blackcurrant flavour notes, along with the malt flavour that forms the base of the whisky. We may terminate or temporarily suspend your account to protect you, ourselves or our partners from (suspected) identity theft or other (suspected) fraudulent (e. Perhaps my approach to sherried whiskies will become a matter of where it falls on the raisin scale - I prefer the less shrivelled grape ones please.

A’Bunadh, meaning ‘The Original’ in Scottish Gaelic, describes this single malt very well, a batch-strength expression that showcases the distillery’s house style with lots of dark fruits and spice with the usual A'Bunadh kick, at 60. The distillery cite the story during distillery tours that when the second pair of stills were put in during 1975, a time capsule was discovered behind the name plate, containing an 1898 newspaper about the distillery fire wrapped around an 1898 bottle of Aberlour. Nose: Sweet orchard fruit aromas of fresh green apple and juicy sweet pears complemented with delicate lavender honey, smooth vanilla cream and zesty sherbet lemon.Does the A’Bunadh come out the vatting alarmingly light, or do Aberlour just want to have this ultra dark spirit to sell the story of how rich and inviting it will make you feel?

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