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Aberlour A'Bunadh Batch 45

(70cl, 60.2%)

Aberlour A'Bunadh Batch 45

Aberlour A'Bunadh #45 Bottling Note

Batch 45 of the mighty Aberlour A'Bunadh. Matured in Oloroso butts and bottled at natural cask strength without chill filtration, the high standard Aberlour maintain across these batches is admirable. Highly recommended.

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This bottle was part of a private collection - if you'd like more detailed photos just get in touch!

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Terrific spicy sherry notes, orange rind, toasted raisins and cocoa.

Palate: More raisins, ginger, prunes, macchiato and rich oak.

Finish: Allspice, cocoa, Corinth raisins, all lingering.

Overall: Aberlour a'Bunadh is simply a classic. Consistently superlative cask strength, limited edition, sherried Speyside.

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Aberlour A'Bunadh Batch 45 Reviews

Awesome whiskey!!

Tons of character. Nice slow burn aftertaste.
Not for the weak of heart!

1st August 2016

Batch 55

Bought a bottle at Whiskey Shop in Dufftown in Scotland last week. Enjoying a complex and flavorful Dram now that I'm back in the States. Carmel, and butterscotch are primary flavors. With a touch of water, this cask strength Scotch is a winner!!

20th July 2016

Batch 50 and 52

Excellent whiskey, if you buy a few different batches you can taste the variations over the years which is quite fun.
Overall this whiskey is a spice, sherry and dried fruit bomber. On the nose you get a big hit of sherry and some underlying bitterness. The palate has a dried dark fruit sweetness, strong sherry notes with some coffee bean and nuttiness, maybe candied almond. The finish has some strong lingering nutmeg and allspice flavors that were there all along in addition to a nice sherry note and some bitterness. There is some hint of immature spirit in the early finish and the nose but that is literally the only thing wrong with a near perfect drink.

4th July 2016

Just tried it

It is in the top 3 I've ever tasted. Incredible, strong, aromatic, very long finish and a killer effect over all.

11th May 2016

when I can afford to treat myself.

Absolutely love this stuff ordered a bottle on my 21rst well over a decade ago and have yet to find anything this strong with such a great taste since and I have tried many along the way.

3rd April 2016

My go-to whisky

I tried this for the first time at the whisky museum in Edinburgh, and immediately dismissed everything else. I'm a whisky amateur, but the complex aromas and flavors, combined with its strength, had me hooked from the first sip.

16th March 2016

Maybe I'm crazy

I'm not super palate man or anything like that, but this tasted more like cognac than scotch to me. No complaints though, it's really nice, 4 and half.

11th February 2016

Holy $h!t

I'm having this fantastic scotch as I'm writing this review. Powerful yet beautifully smooth for a single malt with 60% alcohol. Great sweetness with the right amount of bitterness. Almost feels like great quality Portuguese aged moonshine (aguardente). I taste dried figs or raisins. Very sweet aromas of dried fruits, vanilla, chocolate and a little orange. I like.

13th January 2016

Aberlour Rocks

Aberlour is one of my two favorites Scotches. With The A'Bunadh being on top (love the 10&12 too). It is the perfect balance of orange, spice, sherry and oak. The raisins and cocoa are a nice finish. Watch out... Higher than normal alcohol proof! Drink it neat, and if you must, sip some decent h2o in between.

31st December 2015

God's nectar

I have to say my favorite for several years now.

11th July 2015

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