70cl / 61.1%
- Speyside Single Malt Scotch Whisky
- Distillery Bottling
Aberlour A'Bunadh Reviews
3 Customer Reviews
Underrated and thankfully underpriced. This is one of the best heavily sherried cask strengths I've tried. One of the only whiskys I add water to and think tastes better. It has a profile more similar to a vintage bourbon than a single malt. With the right amount of water and a blindfold you could think it was George T Stagg Junior.
#58 not as good as 55....or 53 ....or49 of fond memory), but better than the raw ,fiery #59 which may possibly be made so a whisky flavour can punch through sweet,fruity continntal cocktails....it certainy is NOT a 'sipping whisky 'as it takes At LEAST 30% water to be even vaguely palatable, such is its juvenile rawness......58 is spicy ,but not THAT bad......but wghere are the a'Bunadhs of ols]d....I canlt believe aberour doesn't hab ve any of the decent stuff left -so are they just cashing in....while driving this marque into the ground......? -I can't believe others aren't calling this as it's NOT the style or quality it used to be.
Tasted aberlour abunadh whisky at the distillery & it tasted absolutely beautiful ! what a lovely young malt