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Aberlour A'Bunadh Batch 61

(70cl, 60.8%)

Aberlour A'Bunadh Batch 61

Aberlour A'Bunadh #61 Bottling Note

Aberlour's A'Bunadh releases are always welcome here at MoM Towers - we do love a heavily-Sherried single malt, and that's exactly what you're getting here.

This is Aberlour's 61st batch of A'Bunadh, and as usual, it's drawn exclusively from Spanish Oloroso Sherry butts and bottled at cask strength without chill-filtration or additional colours.

View all batches of A'bunadh here.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Brandy butter, chocolate gateau, robust cinnamon and honeycomb.

Palate: Layers of honey, tobacco and strawberry jam. Underlying warmth of yet more cinnamon and now clove.

Finish: Very long, with peppery oak, orange peel and dark chocolate truffle.

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Aberlour A'Bunadh Batch 61 Reviews

Honest opinion ...

For me, this and the Balblair V99 are at the same price ... I guessed yes! I bought two Balblair ...

27th August 2019

Will buy again.

I am American and I love to drink. I am new to the game but have been drinking whiskey for three decades. My favorite whiskies so far are The Glenlivet 21, The Glenlivet 18, Wild Turkey Rare Breed, The Balvenie 17, The Glenlivet 15, Aberlour A'BUNADH Batch 61, The Glenlivet Nadurra Olorso, The Balvenie 12, Jim Beam and Crown Royal. I am not filthy rich. I will not apologise for my choices as we all enjoy different things.

10th February 2019

One Of My Favorites!

I take 35ml of A’Bunadh and add 15ml of water to bring it down to about 43 ABV. It is glorious. On the nose and on the palette. A Sherry Bomb if there ever was one!! Dark fruits, spicy, vanilla, chocolate scream at me!! A great value.

21st November 2018

Love it

Just ignore the ABV. This is one smooth drinker once you accept the butn from the alcohol itself

2nd September 2018


It's not as good as early batches but still one of my favorites.

25th July 2018


After revisiting it again, it remains absolutely outstanding - mifune

15th May 2018

Excellent! Highly recommended!

Excellent! Highly recommended! Loved the Cask strength!

1st May 2018

Honest opinion

I'm not a Speyside aficionado (usually a fan of Irish and peat-forward Islays), so I'm writing this review on behalf of similarly inclined whisky drinkers.

As soon as I opened the bottle I has a bad feeling this wasn't going to be for me. Heavily sherried aroma noticeable from the start. Dark fruit and perhaps hints of Christmas cake.

Palate is much of the same: sherry boldly asserts itself and finishes with a warming spicy kick. Quite smoky this one, and as MoM points out, hints of tobacco and cinnamon.

I wouldn't call this whiskey harsh but does have boozy profile - which at 60% ABV is to be expected - but it does taste slightly young in my opinion. I think this is a decent after dinner whiskey but is sitting on my shelf longer than most other bottles do, unfortunately.

6th April 2018


This is a perfect NAS. Really delightful.

24th March 2018

Very interesting

First bottle and a great taste

6th March 2018

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