Aberlour A'Bunadh Alba Speyside Single Malt Scotch Whisky
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Aberlour A'Bunadh Alba Speyside Single Malt Scotch Whisky

Item # 46881 750mL

A brand with an avid cult following, this may be its most cult expression. Whether you are committed to collecting every batch or fascinated by the significant variation from batch to batch, its clear there is something special about this whisky. * Pleasenote the bottle pictured may not be the batch in stock that will ship with your order. If any questions about which batch is available, please inquire withing prior to ordering. Thank you ***

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By the end of our last Scotch sale, all the Scotch talk and Scotch business got me in the mood for, unsurprisingly, Scotch. I wanted something new, and being a big Aberlour fan, I picked up one of these. I was not disappointed; it’s seriously good. Finished exclusively in ex-Bourbon casks (the ‘Alba’ in the name comes from 'quercus alba', the scientific name for American oak) this is an adventurous departure for Aberlour, as they've made a name for themselves for their heavily Sherried style. Well, their risk is now our reward, this is a rich and complex cask strength Speyside expression with aromas of red ripe apples, dark honey, vanilla and hints of cinnamon spice. A luscious palate opens up and delivers citrus zest, dried apple, and biscuit. A long, sweet, peppery finish brings us home.

- SG



As a synonym for Scottish, some people object to the term “Scotch” – but as far as their whisky goes, the Scottish people are required by law to classify the spirit as “Scotch whisky.”


History:Distillation was brought to Scotland from Ireland by missionary monks in the 6th century. In 1644, the first taxes were imposed on Scottish distillers by England, with the result that most of the nation’s whisky was soon distilled illicitly. With the Parliament’s passing of the “Excise Act” in 1824, licensing fees for distilleries were much cheaper. Distilleries started to take out licenses, and since then, the distillation industry in Scotland has been continuously expanding....

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