- Single Malt
- Distillery Bottling
- Bottling serie
- St. Drostan's Well
- 57.1 % Vol.
- 333 ml
- Bottle code
- L28 154 141 08:11
- Added on
- 17 Oct 2010 6:40 pm
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27 × member ratings
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Whisky Reviews for Aberlour 100 Proof
7 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 87.27 points
- looks very well matured for a NAS CS Malt, much more pleasing than the 50s Abunadh that I have been able to try.
- Blind tasting of a sample. Quite young but nice anyway.
Orange, cherry, pepper and a little sulphur.
A lot of orange, Cointreau even. Cherry, toffee, mocha, pepper, gingerbread (taaitaai), nutmeg, sulphur and perhaps a little peat.
Orange, toffee, spice and chocolate.
- A delicious and classic style Aberlour.
Starts sweet and rich. Christmas cake. Stewed fruits of figs and dates. Quite tannnic as well, but not at an annoying level. Later on more oranges and tangerines. Complex.
Alcoholic with full mouth coating texture. Creamy. The sherry influence is clear. Buttery notes. Fudgy flavours developing into toffee and anise. Also vanilla and honey
Long. Lots of dark oak. pepper and nutmeg. Clove. Chocolate and espresso coffee.
- I don't really like cask strength whiskies very much, but this one is not very good with water. Enjoy it as it is.
I like Aberlour and this one smells also good. Rich, sweet, honey, rum.
Strong alcohol comes very fast, tastes good, full of rich tones known from the nose.
Intensive, but surprisingly short.
In the smell of sherry mixing with flowers. (82 b)
Extra thick, woody, with sherry dryness, but also bitter and bitter. The water had to come in, and she helped her a lot, and she tidied on her tongue. Although the taste improved after the addition of water, the bitter taste of the awe persists. (84 b)
- N: tannins, orange and full sherry influence
T: syrup and again full sherry
F: with water fruity - raspberry