Posts Tagged “Aberlour”

Aberlour 12 Non Chill Filtered (48%)

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Aberlour 12 Non Chill Filtered (48%)

Pernod Ricard did so many things right with this expression, that I’m not sure even where to start. I have a serious gripe with single malt entry level expressions that are chill filtered and presented at 40%. I think that’s the perfect way to serve up whisky to the “smooth seekers” crowd, but most of…

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Old Particular Aberlour 21 Years Old (51.5%)

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Old Particular Aberlour 21 Years Old (51.5%)

Part of the Facebook event launching the Scallywag Cask Strength #2, we were treated to a few other whiskies from the Douglas Laing collection of Speyside malts, the highlight of which were a very young Dailuaine sherry bomb, and this quite dignified Aberlour. Not a distillery whos independent bottlings are awash in the market, and…

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Aberlour 16 Year Old, First Fill Sherry Cask 4738, TWE Exclusive (53.5%) – Whisky Review

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Aberlour 16 Year Old, First Fill Sherry Cask 4738, TWE Exclusive (53.5%) – Whisky Review

I was happy to get this sample from The Whisky Exchange for two reasons: First, well, I love sherry bombs. Second, I have a warm spot in my heart for Aberlour. Not so much for the regular releases (although the 12 year old Non Chill Filtered is presented at a nice ABV – 48% –…

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A Special Finish Aberlour

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A Special Finish Aberlour

Aberlour is really big in France, and this, like most of the distillery’s special releases are geared exclusively for┬áthe French market (although they can be had in some other markets), including a 12 year old that’s non chill filtered. I have yet to taste the non chill filtered 12 year old, and I hope to…

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