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After a quarter of a century in an ex-bourbon hogshead, this 1993 Aberlour single malt was bottled in 2019 by The Whisky Exchange. A sweet, fruity Speyside whisky, it offers aromas of poached pears, apple, buttery shortbread and cinnamon, while the palate offers notes of nutmeg, ginger, Victoria sponge, sultanas and caramel.Tasting Notes (1)
Billy Abbott, The Whisky Exchange
Poached pears and crunchy apples, barley sugar and a touch of honeysuckle. Buttered orange sauce and orange zest follow, with hints of sponge cake and soft spice.
Sultana sponge leads, with a background hit of spice and hints of menthol. A sea of caramel sauce at the bottom, with a stack of apples rising from its centre. Waxed oak and spice develop, with more apples and a touch of apple sauce.
A burst of spice leads to vanilla sauce and Mr Kipling Country Slices. Crunchy white sugar lingers, with damp wood, and sweet and sour apple sauce.
A fruity and spicy whisky with stacks of cake and a smattering of citrus.
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