Batch 37, 40, 44
Aberlour a'Bunadh Batch 44
A'Bunadh Batch 44 Details
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Whisky or Whiskey
Interesting fact… Aberlour a'Bunadh Batch 44 whisky spells its name whisky as it originates in Scotland. Had it been produced in America its name would be Aberlour a'Bunadh Batch 44 whiskey, instead of whisky.
A'Bunadh Batch 44 Bottling Note
This is Batch 44 of the irrepressible Aberlour A'Bunadh bottling. The A'Bunadh is labelled without an age statement and is bottled at a cask strength of 59.7% abv. Although each batch is unique, this heavily sherried and excellent value malt whisky remains extremely popular and it's easy to see why.
Big Oloroso sherry notes of coffee and 85% cocoa chocolate on the nose followed by roasted coffee beans and burnt raisins on the palate. The finish is big and spicy with some fruit compote on the tail.
I have a'bunadh Batch no11. 59.8%
The bottle has the original box.
I have not found a good reason to open, or does it
20th November 2013
@MR D B PURDY
Hi there! If you could please mail all the information you have about it (bottle size, condition, whether it has any packaging) to our Purchasing Team (firstname.lastname@example.org) and they will get back to you as soon as possible. --The Chaps at Master of Malt
5th November 2013
MR D B PURDY
CAN YOU TELL ME WHAT A ,ABERLOUR SINGLE SPEYSIDE MALT FROM BATCH no9 IS WORTH
4th November 2013
I had trouble making this bottle last, at 59.7% is incredibly smooth, but don't get me wrong it still has a kick. I found I enjoyed it best with a small splash of water, definitely a strong sherry taste and some citrus on the tongue overall I'd say it met my expectation and was worth the $70 I paid for it.
30th May 2013
I can't put my finger on it exactly but I recently bought a bottle of batch 44 and am a tad disappointed. it's probably me, but I felt I could detect a very faint 'sulphurous' hint, and found the strength of the alcohol drowned out some of the flavours and gave the nose too much intensity. when I added a tad of water it improved slightly, but not as much as I would have liked. as others seem to rave about this whisky, i'll put it down to my personal preferences, but wont be buying another bottle
29th May 2013
Started with Batch 22 & will keep going.
The first Batch I had was 22. I have travelled through to here. I have arrived at 44. Standard is excellent. I love introducing my friends to these as they arrive. Never been disapointed. Master of Malts delivery is second to none. This is a dram for grown ups.
15th April 2013
Batch 42 - wow!
Excellent. Wonderful finish.
22nd February 2013
Batch 42 is 60.3% abv. I keep this locked up with my 20- and 30-year olds because it's that good, that complex. It is chocolatey, chewy, spicy on the palate. On the nose I detect raisins and---is it?---a hint of peat. The finish is strong, spicy, memorable. How can something this cheap be this good?
21st February 2013
So smoooth! So many flavours.
18th February 2013
Amazing whisky, it is.
8th February 2013
Is good.i have bought 4 of them, very good whisky, top notch!
17th January 2013
Very complicated, and many layers. Nose: You could get lost in, forever. Then, an explosion of flavors hit the palette, huge Olorros sherry flavor, interlaced with toffee, caramels, coffee, burnt wood, salt, raisin and lots of spice, with long, warm and meaningful after taste. Powerful, cask strength upon the first sip, neat; but, I discovered it really transforms itself with that recommended ice cube into something really amazing, to mellow out and really open up with all those wonderful flavors that make this one of my all time favorites. A'Bunadh is a great whisky for the price, and I highly recommend it. 93.
22nd December 2012
What can I say.....exceptional and recommended to all. It was shipped to the US and it arrived a day early you guys are the best wouldn't get whisky from anywhere else !!!!