The Aberlour Distillery is at the heart of Speyside, the country's premier whisky-making region. No fewer than half of Scotland's malt distilleries are located in Speyside, which is renowned for producing whiskies of subtle depth and elegance. Situated at the junction of the rivers Lour and Spey, the distillery is surrounded by glorious scenery ... Read More »
A delicious sherry-finished Aberlour, with just the right amount of sherry to enhance the profile of the standard 10yo, without letting the wine take over. Previously only available in France, we think this will be a hit.
Aberlour is always a good choice - one of the best value Speyside malts around. This double matured version is a mix of traditional oak and sherry casks and is rich and fruity with delicious Christmas cake notes.
Batch 48 of the increasingly popular full proof sherry monster from Aberlour, A'bunadh. This one follows close on the heels of batch 47 and promises the usual combination of active sherry cask maturation and punchy strength.
A 2001 vintage Aberlour that has been exclusively matured in casks made from Quercus Alba - American White Oak. This steps away from the distillery's usual sherried style, emphasising coconut and vanilla from the cask and fruit from the spirit.
Aberlour is already one of our favourite distilleries thanks to the excellent a'bunadh. Introduced in 2008, this 18 year old is now one of the stars of the range: rich and fruity, with a great textured mouthfeel. A previous winner of a Gold Medal & Best in Class at the International Wine & Spirit Competition.
A 1990 vintage Aberlour from independent bottlers Speciality Drinks Ltd as part of their Single Malts of Scotland range. Aged for 22 years in cask number 131571, just 250 bottles of this rich and spicy whisky were released.
A 1970s square bottle of 8 year old Aberlour, bottled at 50% for the Italian market. These high strength old Aberlours enjoy a particularly lofty reputation. This bottle was produced for the Italian market.
An old square bottle of 8 year old Aberlour, bottled at 50% for the American market. These high strength old Aberlours enjoy a particularly lofty reputation. We estimate this bottle dates from the 1970s.