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"My favourite single malt whisky of all time. I've been a whisky drinker a long time and didn't discover Aberlour until years later. There's no better way to decompress or clench the thirst. I have tried A LOT of different whiskies, but there is something very special about Aberlour, in particular the 18 year old which to me is the best of the best.
The 16 year old is also excellent, buy you can tell there is a special difference between the 16 and 18 which makes the 18 year old the ultimate of Aberlour. 10/10. "
Aberlour 18 Year Old Single Malt Scotch Whisky (700ml)
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- ABV 43%
A whisky many consider to be the ultimate expression from this distillery. Quintessentially Speyside, the self-proclaimed flagship was (until relatively recently) reserved exclusively for the French market (the French drink more single malt than the Scots, hence, the best stocks were selected.) Described as "the richest and most indulgent Aberlour", it is invariably a house favourite for both beginners and seasoned malt lovers. No surprise that it was runner up for Best Single Malt Scotch (18 Years) at the 2015 International Whisky Competition.
One of the most impressive age-statement buys in Sherried malt to come our way in years.
Tasting note: Deep copper to amber-gold. Very classy on the nose, and finely harmonsied; orange zest and raisins juxtaposed with sweeter depths - in particular, vanilla cream and some lovely fruit'n'nut chocolate sherried threads. Likewise the honeyed-malt delivery; light and graceful on entry but building with dried fruits, tea biscuits, cocoa and hints of orange peel. Oily, warming and long through the aftertaste. Once again, very classy, even approaching Macallan 18 in terms of texture and style (the 100% Sherry bottling). This is slightly firmer and drier, but nearly as polished, and with a finish that just feels 'expensive'. 43% Alc./Vol.
Other reviews... thick milkshake with various fruits and vanilla.... wonderful fruit chocolate fudge development; long and guided by a gentle oiliness. Another high performance distillery age-stated bottling. 91 points - Jim Murrays Whisky Bible 2018
There was an Aberlour 18 on the market for a spell several years ago, aged in sherry casks, that I really enjoyed. Now we have this new 18 year old expression. There are big shoes to fill, and this whisky fills them quite nicely. Once again, the sherry is prominent throughout, with its lush fruit, velvety texture, and sweet demeanor. But it’s not cloying or sappy — the sherry blends in nicely with the rest of the flavors. Ripe orange, apricot preserve, peach cobbler, chocolate-covered caramel, and toffee, with a sprinkling of cinnamon and cocoa. Rich, silky smooth, satisfying finish. Very impressive. The Aberlour 18 year old’s reputation remains intact! 91 points-
www.maltadvocate.com (Vol. 20, #1) Reviewed by: John Hansell
...This expression is the latest release from the Speyside distillery of Aberlour...it joins 10, 12 and 16-year-old bottlings in the UK domestic market, and like many versions of Aberlour, has a strong influence of Sherry wood. The nose offers sweet Sherry, honey and orange creams, becoming richer and more profound with exposure to air. Spices and figs emerge. Full-bodied and medium-sweet in the mouth, with spicy Sherry, apricots and peaches. Water teases out notes of furniture polish, liquorice and smoke. The finish is long, with silky cream, more spices and figs, and a final suggestion of gentle oak. A lovely, confident, satisfying, after-dinner Aberlour. Sherried Speyside at its best. 4/5 stars. - www.whisky-pages.com