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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So this is a non-age stated whisky - a NAS (we all love an acronym). I don’t give one stuff about the opinion that NAS whiskies are lesser whiskies. If it smells great and tastes great, that’s all I really care about. The Glen Scotia Victoriana is a NAS whisky and consistently blows all the doors off. NAS whiskies sit comfortably alongside young whisky for me - it depends on what whisky it is, but some of my most enjoyable moments in whisky have arrived at the hands of young or non-age stated whisky.

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It’s actually a recreation of whisky from the days of yore (from 1898 to be precise), and it all started in 1975, when a team of distillery workmen were installing the second pair of stills at Aberlour. As they worked, they discovered a time capsule which contained a newspaper from 1898, wrapped around a bottle of Aberlour whisky. A'bunadh is exclusively aged in Spanish oak Oloroso sherry butts [1] and therefore has a sweeter, softer flavour than most scotch. A'bunadh is not chill filtered. If any provision of these Terms is held invalid, the remainder of the Terms shall continue in full force and effect. 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. It includes blended Scotch whisky, grain Scotch whisky, and indie bottlings, plus brands such as Spey, Ballantine, and Glen Elgin. We also have a selection of Speyside whisky for those who enjoy the whisky output of this specific region.I’ll say it again - this is the perfect whisky bottle design. Wide, sturdy, stoic, dumpy. Great hand feel. Great pouring action. Beautiful glass prism through which to view the gorgeous glow of whisky. Nice wee label. Giant stopper. Tactile wax-dipped tip. It’s all there. I wish more distilleries would do a wee dumpy bottle like this, but more often than not there’s a tendency for people to use taller glass. This is a good whisky. It gets a little smoother with the addition of a little water. Still, it would be interesting to taste Alba with a few more years of maturation on it. If you are a fan of Aberlour A’bunadh, however, you should certainly give Alba a taste. During the 19th century, Scotch whisky was bottled straight from the cask (what today we call “cask strength”) and was not subject to any further dilution. In 1915, shortly after World War I began, in an effort to control drunkenness among industrial workers, the British government reduced the maximum alcohol by volume (ABV) of Scotch whisky on bottling to 37%. This was later raised to 40% in 1917, and this level of ABV has remained the typical bottling strength ever since. Tasting Notes:



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