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Aberlour a'bunadh Single Speyside Malt
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$79.99
750ml Bottle
$455.94
Case of 6
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Item #160009
Size: 750ml
Type: Scotch
Varietal: Single Malt
Country: Scotland
Region: Speyside
Proof: 119

Pronounced "a-boon'arh" (Gaelic for origin), this beauty is aged in Oloroso sherry butts, and bottled at cask strength with no chill-filtering.

Reviewed by: Cigar Aficionado


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Not what I expected... December 09, 2013
Reviewed by: Dram Stoker

In my research into this expression before purchasing it, I was led to believe that I would be drinking a sweet sherry monster (like a young Glendronach) - apparently batches vary CONSIDERABLY...

N: cherry syrup, bubble gum, wet autumn leaves

P: more cherry syrup and white pepper, an appreciable amount of heat (expected at 60.2% ABV). Sherry there lingering in the back, but far less than I expected - less sweet too.

F: High ABV makes the tongue tingle (I drink my single malts neat or with a chip of ice at most). A smokiness comes up with the lingering heat dissipating and…

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