What's in a name? Aberfeldy 21 Year Old whisky is called whisky because it's produced in Scotland. Were it from America it would be spelled Aberfeldy 21 Year Old whiskey, rather than whisky.
Nose: Honey, fruity. Thick malt, enlivened by a fresh, zesty quality.
Palate: Smooth, vanilla, undulating, refined smoke.
Finish: Peters out gently, perhaps some ripe white peach notes and a good wave of honey.
Without a doubt the best scotch I have had up or on the rocks. My quest say it is the best they have tasted.
2nd February 2011
Smooth and a little sweet but no real nose and no finish. A drop or two of water opens up the oak on the finish but this isn't worth buying at any price, tho the deal at spec's is tempting if you don't want to drop the cash on something like The Balvenie 21y Portwood.
Honestly, the Dewar's 12y was MUCH better and the same price. Lesson learned: "Don't buy scotch at discount prices; there's always a reason!"
27th January 2013
Nice and smokey! A great nip to impress anyone with!
21st March 2013
Yes, it's an inexpensive foray into the realm of 21 year old scotches but don't let the price fool you. It's a very nice whisky at a very affordable price. About. $40 at Specs. As always, taste is subjective. I think it's a great buy.
23rd April 2013
One of the finest whiskeys I've tasted. Smooth and goes down well and leaves a nice taste afterwards.
26th July 2013
Good single malt but the age and therefore price weigh it down. Nice, wood flavor that is hidden behind a strong smokiness. This scotch has nearly no nose and a very clean/dry finish. I propose that if this is your drink maybe try Glenmorangie Origonal 10 year along with a nice cigar and you will likely be more satisfied and have more money left in your pocket. If you can't or don't enjoy tobacco try the Isley Lagavulin.
3rd October 2013
they all have colds in your nose but the whiskey was absolutely great
17th November 2013