Aberlour Single Malt Range
The Aberlour Single Malt whisky range includes: Aberlour 10 year old, Aberlour 12 year old, Aberlour 16 year old, Aberlour 18 year old and Aberlour A'Bunadh. Aberlour 10 year old stands out because the bottle is tall and slender compared to the rest of the range. It will stand out for you as well as being smoother than many older whiskies. The Distillery is in the best Scotch whisky region of Speyside and was built by James Fleming in 1879.
Aberlour A'Bunadh is matured exclusively in Oloroso ex-sherry casks; is bottled at cask strength; is non-chill-filtered and is batch released, therefore limited by batch. The famous whisky 'Vlogger' Ralfy rates Aberlour almost as much as I do. Watch Ralfy's Aberlour A'Bunadh review HERE.
The Whiskey Notebook's whisky cabinet suggestion for January 2013 is Aberlour A'Bunadh. If you are a noted whisky bar or wish to become one, I suggest you stock the full Aberlour Single Malt range in your venue. Visit the ABERLOUR website.
Over the years I have conducted whisky tastings with thousands of people. I have never hosted a single tasting using Aberlour. Somehow I always get to mention Aberlour because someone in the room inevitably asks about my favourite whisky. My favourite single malt whisky is Aberlour. I have been a fan of this brand for twenty years now. It fits perfectly into my slightly sweeter palate.
I have converted many people in South Africa to Aberlour Single Malt. So much so that some converted drinkers purchased an entire cask from the Aberlour distillery, imported it, labelled it with their own Aberlour label and sold it at a handsome price per bottle.
Another group of younger supporters adopted Aberlour and established Aberlour as the number one seller in the then most popular Cape Town Club.
Aberlour is the sixth largest selling single malt whisky in the world and is currently the number one selling single malt whisky in the largest by volume whisky market in the world - France.