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Aberlour A'Bunadh Batch 63

(70cl, 61%)

Aberlour A'Bunadh Batch 63

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Aberlour A'Bunadh #63 Bottling Note

Behold, the 63rd batch of A'Bunadh from Aberlour! This expression is well-known for it's particular intense flavour profile, imparted by the maturation in Spanish Oloroso sherry butts and by being bottled at cask strength - this batch, it sits at a burly 61% ABV. Also, 63 is the atomic number of Europium. That's a fun fact that you can bring to parties alongside this bottle.

View all batches of A'bunadh here.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Buttered malt loaf, sherried peels, spearmint and Christmas cake.

Palate: Dark chocolate mousse and yet more Christmas cake richness. Cinnamon and white pepper give it plenty of heat.

Finish: Very slightly earthy on the finish, though dried fruit and sugared almond notes remain.

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Aberlour A'Bunadh Batch 63 Reviews

Brilliant delivery

Firstly I am not a whisky drinker so can’t comment on the taste but it is my sister’s very favourite drink but as the price has increased so much it’s now a rare treat for her. The price here was good with 15% discount so both her and my son are having a cherished bottle as a Christmas gift. Purchase was very straight forward and super quick delivery. I’m sure both of them will enjoy it

27th November 2019

Comfort drink!

Have the #60 and when my boy comes round we finish with a glass no water no ice no stones just pure whiskey. By far this whiskey is so smooth and rich it is a comfort drink. Enjoy.

26th November 2019

Trolls, trolls, again f****** trolls!

Zacapa xo for your lady, remy martin xo for your other lady, martell xo for yourself because the bottle is F sick in your hand, but..when you are alone in your man's cave, a man in your 40-60s who has it all, got it all, dont wanna waist your hard earned cash on Macallan, man...saying this is expensive and rubbish is just pure travesty and trolling. Actually I am having B 64 right now (I had B 63 to), and this stuff is just phenomenal. It feels like being out of this Planet. Super sweet, super strong nose. If you have a cold in your nose, those bacterial and viruses will just probably be annilihiated! Mouth feel? Sort of like Hennessy vsop, jack SB in strength, a bit morr of c, yet somehow you can still role it in your mouth a bit, to get pleasures. Guys...Nothing I have tried can really compare. And I am old dude with experience.

27th October 2019

Chocolate ;)

A'Bunadh...This Whiskey is just absolutely beautiful...

22nd October 2019

Great whisky

Was able to find it about 35% cheaper than listed here (thank you Taiwan) an purchased batch 64. Batch 64 was the darkest of all batches the store had (63, 62, 61, 58, 55, 52) but as I've never tried the others I'm unable to say whether that means anything. What I can say is it's a fine sherried whisky, doesn't drink like the abv suggests, has a gorgeous nose, a really nice palate, and a really long finish. For the price listed here is rather just pay a bit extra for Glendronach 18, but for what I paid I was more than happy, a really, really good whisky.

22nd October 2019

I'll not forgive the price rise.

This used to be the epitome of exceptional quality at exceptional value, but Pernod Ricard's greed has ruined it.

15th October 2019

Must try!

One of the best, needs to have a splash of water to let the flavours truly develop as 59.9%. So smooth. Easily up there with the best ive tasted.

22nd September 2019

Abunadh...

There is nothing like it outhere. And I have had a lot. Made from pure water from SCO. Cast strenght. 60-61% ABV. Super sweet. Super woody. Batches 60, 63, 64, just buy as many as you can. Stack it. Empty the shelves. I mean it. Thank me later in the forums. Aberlour is the new Macallan down the road. Aberlour is making great stuff. Even A12DCF is a super every day drink. Batch 60 might be a little better than batch 63, 64. Combine it from Lasko single malt lager beer, or Karlovacko single lager beer made from famous Slovenian water! Yup. Life is good!! Price is high? Whatever guys. We work. We deserve it. Do we not?

11th August 2019

61% ABV, not for new drinkers!

I am having " threesome " with Abunadh 63 (61% ABV), Jack SB L7 18-7192 10.4.18 (45% ABV) and Four Roses SB RS 50-6F (50% ABV). Abunadh beats them easily. Dont get me wrong. They are all superior juice 10/10, all dark, woody, real mans drinks, its more like comparing bentley or RR, to a Merc class S, BMW or Audi. I wish I had a chance to taste those famous previous batches. To me its worth putting one aside for rainy days. Easy 92% to me.

24th July 2019

Not up to standard

Aberlour A'Bunadh Batch 63 - a bit thin. Not like any of the previous batches.
Price has almost doubled.

17th July 2019

Nice whisky, crazy price

A'Bunadh has always been a delicious whisky for its age but nearly £80 for such young spirit is crazy - that price has more than doubled over the last 5 years.

It used to be a great example of young whisky sold at a fair price. Now it's prohibitively expensive.

A victim of popularity perhaps?

17th July 2019

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