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    Aberlour A'bundadh?

    Any opinions on this one?
    He made himself another drink and thought how much better the Perrier was than anything else you could put in whisky... Hemingway

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    Re: Aberlour A'bundadh?

    Very nice sherried whisky one of my favorite readily available drams

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    Re: Aberlour A'bundadh?

    I just opened my bottle a couple of nights ago. My first impression was a good one. If you like Aberlour, Macallan, other sherried whiskies this will probably be up your ally. Even at cask strength, I didn't have to add that much water to it.

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    Re: Aberlour A'bundadh?

    I hate it. Like chewing on a rubber tire. If you like sherry, you'll like it. I don't, so I don't.
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    Re: Aberlour A'bundadh?

    Quote Originally Posted by Josh View Post
    I hate it. Like chewing on a rubber tire. If you like sherry, you'll like it. I don't, so I don't.
    I do like sherry. I have a bottle of the Balvenie Double Wood, which is also sherried (just not so much) and it tastes good to me.
    He made himself another drink and thought how much better the Perrier was than anything else you could put in whisky... Hemingway

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    Re: Aberlour A'bundadh?

    Sherry finishes in some Scotch or Canadian whiskys is so traditional to take it out would change their character entirely.

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    Re: Aberlour A'bundadh?

    Quote Originally Posted by Alden View Post
    Any opinions on this one?
    For anyone with more than half a dozen different scotch bottles the a'bunadh is a must. Along with Glenlivet Nadurra it is one of the most recommended non-Islay (heavy peat) expressions from the the single malt equivalent to SB.com

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    Re: Aberlour A'bundadh?

    Quote Originally Posted by squire View Post
    Sherry finishes in some Scotch or Canadian whiskys is so traditional to take it out would change their character entirely.
    I don't mind sherry in moderation but the A'bundadh bottle I had was like sherry concentrate. Way out of balance to me.
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    Re: Aberlour A'bundadh?

    I love it, but then again I know next to dick about Scotch.

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    Re: Aberlour A'bundadh?

    A friend just told me he likes it a lot, but he prefers the 18. It's more balanced.
    He made himself another drink and thought how much better the Perrier was than anything else you could put in whisky... Hemingway

 

 

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