- Single Malt
- Distillery Bottling
- Spanish Oloroso Sherry Butts
- 60.2 % Vol.
- 700 ml 750 ml
- Added on
- 18 Mar 2013 8:38 pm
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Whisky Reviews for Aberlour A'bunadh batch #45
26 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 86.73 points
- The aroma is thick, sweet: sherry, many berries (ripe currants, tart cherry, raspberry jam), gum, resinous tree, dried fruits (figs, prunes), butter, a little bit of minerality. The taste is rich, sweet, sherry: berry jam, dried fruits in abundance, spicy spices, sponge cake with creamy cream, astringent oak with light bitterness, a hint of tablet minerality. Aftertaste : sherry notes, berry jam, dried fruits, sweet pastries, a hint of tobacco, astringent oak. Conclusion . Attractive sherry monster with good strength. Not outstanding from the A'bunadh family, but well built and bright. I like. Score 88 (n23t22f21b22).
- Very strong, spicy-fresh sherry, but not grown-old. Nice, but I do not break the hype here.
Chocolates, sherry, quite full, oranges, spices, hints of dates, dark chocolate
Full, dense sherry, bitter orange, cherry, dark chocolate, egg, gentle spice, ginger
Spicy, long, ginger, mocha, oak, cherry pits
- This is the epitome of a sherry bomb. Huge notes and that lovely dry gunpowdery sherry. I did find a bit of a bite to this, but nothing that would put me off from the massive flavours this thing is dishing out. This really is top class whisky .
Reviewed in my blog: https://iwriteaboutstuffilike.com/2016/07/29/aberlour-abunadh-batch-45/
Dirty sherry. Red fruits. Raspberry vinegar. Bit of nutty funk. Espresso. Ruby grapefruit.
Nutty sherry, quite rich. Oranges. Milk chocolate. Matches.
Long. Matches. Espresso. Slight dry, but a good dose of juicy red fruits.
bomb, definitely well made, relatively young and fresh
(neat) raisins, plum jam, mixed
fruits preserve, slightly dusty (water) dense, sweet sherried style,
baked apple, berries, orange
(neat) very rich, sweet, sour
cherry syrup, raisins (water) treacle, anise, a bit spirity
and young, heavily cooked fruits
medium to long, sweet-to-sour,
- Nose: lots and lots of dried fruit. an avalanche of sultanas, plums, prunes, varnish, acetone. OH MY. I love it.fruit cake. lots and lots of spice, cloves, cinnamon,OLOROSO colossus. and we love it. damn. it’s lovely. water? nah, no need. Plums ,yes did i mention plums (I did, but there are a lot).
Palate: plums cigar leaves, sugar, a lot of dried fruit, mushroom and some balsamic, sweet nectar and quite a bit of spice too. Plums galore on the palate with a hint of Candied orange peel.
Finish: Plums, candied orange peel, dried fruit, nuts, tobacco.
OMG. in short: stunning. for under 40 quid, it’s one of the best bang for your buck out there in the whisky world. period. If you love sherry, and you like a big dram: buy one. a no brainer. one of the better batches IMHO. love it.