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Aberlour A'Bunadh Batch 73

(70cl, 61.2%)

Aberlour A'Bunadh Batch 73

Aberlour A'Bunadh 73 Bottling Note

Another ace Aberlour A'Bunadh, awesome! This richly flavourful single malt Scotch whisky has been fully matured in Spanish Oloroso sherry butts and bottled up at full-on cask strength – batch 73 weighs in at a hefty 61.2% ABV. If it's sherried brilliance you're after (while still looking for whisky), then this is the bottle you want.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Flame raisins, flapjacks, a crackle of burnt sugar and cinnamon.

Palate: Cinnamon and clove spiciness, swiftly drenched in thick sherry. A touch of earthy vanilla at its heart.

Finish: Dried cherry and prune, with nutmeg, Christmas cake, and gingerbread.

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Aberlour A'Bunadh Batch 73 Reviews

Lighter and Fiery

Compared to some recent releases, the colour is marginally lighter and the aroma and palate deliver more heat and astringency. Its fiery, Armagnac-like personality reveals flavours of walnut slice, dried fruits and dark chocolate alongside richer vanillas, suggesting a good measure of American oak. Water softens the blow, fluffing up the texture, allowing you to experiment with a wide ratio of dilution to find your preferred sweet spot.

3rd July 2022

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