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Aberlour 18Yo Single Malt Whisky 700ml: Notes: This rich, spicy 18 year old from Aberlour was only released for general consumption in 2008, prior to this it had only been produced for the French market. Tasting Notes: Nose: Creamy, like melted vanilla ice-cream. Fruity and honeyed. Palate: Fresh juicy apples and oranges before sherry kicks in with supple sultanas and vanilla. Finish: Intricate with chocolate raisins and oily caramel notes. Awards: Gold Scotch Single Malt - Speyside - 2014 International Wine & Spirit Competition Gold Gold: Distillers' Single Malts between 13 and 20 years old - 2014 International Spirits Challenge
Aberlour A' bundadh colour is Amber +2, dark copper Nose : Neat: Cinnamon, Orange Rind, baked pastry, vanilla bean, pecans, mild grassiness. Very obvious Sherry flavors. With water: Sea salt, honey and Orange Marmalade. Cough drop, pie crust. 32/33 Body: Viscous, a bit heavier. Smooth, milky mouth-feel with average legs PalateNeat: Cinnamon Red Hots, heavy sherry and lots of burn, Apple skins, cotton. Bakery flavors behind the heat. Very pleasant. Ancho or Chipotle pepper. With Water: Ginger and Chinese hot mustard, tart apple. It is not as sweet with water. Some hints of capers, lemon zest. FinishNeat: Cinnamon is the dominant flavor. Antiseptic, Hot burn that lingers 20 seconds or more. Feel it between your teeth, then up your jawbone and into your ears. Mild bitterness and a spicy finish with peppercorn, apple, and nutmeg. It takes three sips to fully appreciate the flavors hidden by the high proof. It is well worth sticking around long enough to get past the alcohol and taste this. With Water: Less attack, but the flavor profile is diminished a bit. Baked apple pie, lots of spices, pepper, pecans, and Orange rind.
The first release in Aberlour's Casg Annamh series! This expression (named after the Gaelic for "rare cask") is matured in a trio of cask types, including European oak sherry casks and two sorts of American oak cask. Presented in similar livery to their very popular A'Bunadh expression, and with a sherry-dominated flavour profile too. ABV: 48%
As the name suggests, Triple Cask is made with whisky drawn from three varieties of cask - bourbon barrels, bourbon hogsheads and Oloroso sherry casks. ABV: 40%
The freshness and delicacy of Ice Cognac affirms its identity as an owner’s Cognac made by the family Abécassis. Over the course of a tasting, the softness of Ice Cognac gradually reaches a fresh and lively finish.