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Aberlour 10 Year Old Double Cask Matured Single Malt Scotch Whisky, 70 cl

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Brand: Aberlour

Category: Whiskey / Single Malt

From $37.7
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Description

Taste Profile: Dry, fresh, fruity aromas of early autumn apples and pears are subtly enhanced with sweet notes of vanilla and mint toffee Highly smooth and creamy with spicy-nutmeg and honey combining with the freshness of autumn fruits Golden amber with hints of ruby colour Warming and lingering - sweet and slightly spicy Finish: Some toffee notes creep in from somewhere and reduce the shine but the vanilla-barely fade is still rather charming. Tasting Notes:Nose: The grape is fresh, succulent and sultana-studded; the bourbon element is well…bourbony, with some lovely liquorice and honey phrases somehow finding a perfect balance with the sherry.Palate: The body is shapely and dying to be caressed with a silky, skimpy grapiness and barley covering the naked liquorice-honey beneath; the spiced oak slaloms around the palate without coming to grief showing a balance and poise which astounds.Finish: Some toffee notes creep in from somewhere and reduce the shine but the vanilla-barely fade is still rather charming.(Tasting Notes by Jim Murray, Whisky Bible 2011)

Description

Taste Profile: Dry, fresh, fruity aromas of early autumn apples and pears are subtly enhanced with sweet notes of vanilla and mint toffee Highly smooth and creamy with spicy-nutmeg and honey combining with the freshness of autumn fruits Golden amber with hints of ruby colour Warming and lingering - sweet and slightly spicy Finish: Some toffee notes creep in from somewhere and reduce the shine but the vanilla-barely fade is still rather charming. Tasting Notes:Nose: The grape is fresh, succulent and sultana-studded; the bourbon element is well…bourbony, with some lovely liquorice and honey phrases somehow finding a perfect balance with the sherry.Palate: The body is shapely and dying to be caressed with a silky, skimpy grapiness and barley covering the naked liquorice-honey beneath; the spiced oak slaloms around the palate without coming to grief showing a balance and poise which astounds.Finish: Some toffee notes creep in from somewhere and reduce the shine but the vanilla-barely fade is still rather charming.(Tasting Notes by Jim Murray, Whisky Bible 2011)

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