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Aberlour Casg Annamh Batch 4

(70cl, 48%)

Aberlour Casg Annamh Batch 4
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Aberlour Casg Annam #4 Bottling Note

The Casg Annamh series from Aberlour takes its name from the Gaelic for "rare cask", and a trio of casks are used to create the expressions - European oak sherry casks and two types of American oak cask. The result is brimming with toffee and dried fruit, alongside a generous handful of kitchen spices. This is the fourth batch from the series, delivering yet more Speyside single malt tastiness.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Honey on toast, red liquorice, melted butter, dates and Brazil nuts.

Palate: Flapjack with chocolate chips, honeyed cereals, ground nutmeg and cinnamon, a hint of red wine booziness.

Finish: Banana fritters, pancakes, sultanas and coffee.

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Aberlour Casg Annamh Batch 4 Reviews

VASTLY superior to A'bunadh

Takes the best selling A'bunadh whisky and improves it by making it balanced and perfect.

16th October 2020


This isn’t even half as good as the 12 year old you can get in Tesco for £28-35. So rough, it needs a full ice cube to make it palatable, and you have to wait until that has melted. Avoid.

18th September 2020

Wonderfull taste while hearing classical music

It's rare smell.of hibiscus in room temperature and one small drop of water.
In nose, palate and in finish, incredible smell of creamy nut.Perfect

23rd August 2020

Horses For Courses

Horses for courses! If you gave this to someone who hadn't tried single malt whisky before I'm sure they would be back for more. Not the greatest whisky you will ever taste - but it ain't half bad after a wet and windy Scottish summer's day!

22nd August 2020

Excellent with a touch of water.

Excellent! Just a touch of water to soften this 96 proof beauty opens up all of the flavors. Honey, dark chocolate, bananas, tobacco, and cinnamon with a long warm finish. I loved it. Gonna go buy another bottle.

12th August 2020

Complex taste with a long, smooth finish.

Sweet and subtle nose with complex early and late palate and a long, smooth finish. A worthy dram!

8th August 2020

Is it really Aberlour?

Bought this with high hopes, and great anticipation. Nothing like any other Aberlour I'd ever had, and can honestly say, I won't be buying it again. Not a bad whisky as such, just totally unremarkable, bland in comparison to other Aberlour's, with no depth.

23rd April 2020

Nothing special

Another typical no age statement whiskey, it's getting boring now. Lacking depth and flavour. It's like drinking a diet whiskey.

29th February 2020

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