Speyside Scotch Whisky

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Tasting notes by PMessinger on 29th Sep 2014
More Sherry Goodness 88/100

Tasting notes by Rantavahti on 28th Aug 2014
With whisky like this Life Is Sweet 85/100

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  • Aberlour 18 Year old - More Sherry Goodness

    By PMessinger on 29th Sep 20142014-09-29T02:18:00


    Soft warm thick red fruit loaded creamy arrival develops fruit and wood well balanced middle and a long slow rich finish.

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  • Aberlour 10 Year old - With whisky like this Life Is Sweet

    By Rantavahti on 28th Aug 20142014-08-28T05:29:00


    Aberlour 10 yrs is a typical Speysider. Not an average whisky, better than okay. Like a nice and sweet drama comedy. Gives you laughter with some serious stuff as well. Nose: Sherry and tea are the main… read more

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  • Aberlour 10 Year old - Nice Speyside "Daily Drinker"

    By MacKinnon on 24th Aug 20142014-08-24T20:12:00


    Nice sherry finished Speyside malt. Nice nose, reasonable complexity,short finish of honey, vanilla, hints of spice. Not a bad think to say for price and a good choice for every day dram and a great … read more

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  • Aberlour A'bunadh Batch No. 47 - Cult of Personality

    By talexander on 12th Aug 20142014-08-12T23:54:00


    Most cult whiskies encompass entire distilleries, either alive (Ardbeg, Macallan) or, usually, dead (Port Ellen, Pappy Van Winkle, Brora, Rosebank, etc). But Aberlour A'bunadh is perhaps the only one … read more

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  • Aberlour 16 Year old Double Cask - High Calibre

    By Uisgebetha on 13th Jun 20142014-06-13T08:00:00


    This is just high calibre sherried malt. Simple as that. Nose: Sherry, buttered toast and lots of fruit, grape, apricot and plums. Taste: Buttery dry sherry and touches of smoke and cocoa. Finish: … read more

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  • Aberlour 12 Year old Double Cask Matured - The weakest Aberlour I’ve tasted

    By Uisgebetha on 13th Jun 20142014-06-13T07:58:00


    Probably the weakest Aberlour I’ve tasted. How can a whisky lose character from 10 to 12 years old, unless they just foist lower grade casks onto the “travel” market. This bottle was duty free. Nose: … read more

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  • Aberlour 10 Year old - Beautifully balanced

    By Uisgebetha on 13th Jun 20142014-06-13T07:56:00


    A beautifully balanced younger malt. Lots of flavour development right through to the finish. Nose: Sweet sherry, fruity with apple skins and touch of honey. Taste: sherry and apples again a hint of… read more

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  • Aberlour 15 Year old Double Cask Matured - Sour Cranberry to Graham

    By vanPelt on 25th Apr 20142014-04-25T22:14:00


    I’ve now sufficiently analyzed this malt, enough to be worthy of at least a few separate reviews. But I’ve distilled it all here. Why the deep analysis? 2 basic reasons: Wanting to make up for a sh… read more

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  • Aberlour A'bunadh - Orgasm In A Bottle

    By SimeonSanchez on 12th Apr 20142014-04-12T23:30:00


    It has a rich, ruddy, Bourbon-like color. The nose is extremely pleasant: strawberry, dried fruit and caramelized citrus. There is no trace of peat. Without water, it hits the tongue like a mallet of… read more

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  • Aberlour A'bunadh - batch 45

    By AndyC on 27th Feb 20142014-02-27T00:03:00


    BOOM! For me, this is a whisky that makes you smile and say 'ah, this is how whisky should be'. Not subtle, but full of flavour and warmth, and lovely to drink with only a reasonably little splash of … read more

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