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A 15 year old Aberlour single malt, usually found on mainland Europe but some of these tasty rascals have drifted out to our little island. Matured in a mixed of sherry and bourbon casks, lending fruity sweetness to the whisky.
Nose: Masses of sherry influence. Plump raisins and thick honey.
Palate: Heavy vanilla and more honey-dipped raisins. A little hint of almond and orange peel.
Finish: Refreshingly drying. Citrus lasts.
Overall: Couldn't be happier that this expression has found its way over here.
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I am new to whiskey, this makes me appreciate the whole genre of that drink so much more. I just add 2 or 3 drop of good old cold Icelandic water and it gives me a tour of my sences, take a sip and seconds later in comes a smooth healthy taste of an almond. And I love it, it is a very good drink for us starters to dream of other more expensive whiskey bottles a very good gateway. It is going to be a frequent visitor to my drink cabinet.
24th September 2016
Absolutely love this
4th August 2016
17th June 2016
I'm Scottish but living in France and picked this up for 38€ , rich and smooth , nuts & honey as said before , love the 12 year double cask and the 12 year non chill filtered but this is on another level , delicious.
12th March 2016
Bought this one at the Casablanca airport, 45€ for a liter. Great whisky, rich, crisp and long. Nuts and honey. Good stuff !
10th May 2015
Very good value if you can pick up one of these for about €40, which I did!In my eyes the nose is so good, especially without water.
20th March 2015