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Aberlour A'Bunadh Oloroso Cask Single Malt Scotch NV

Ratings on Delectable

Philippe Dupuis Delectable Pro

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9.2

Lynn Penner-Ash Delectable Pro

Owner/Winemaker Penner-Ash

Tough day, Timbers down by 3....time have a scotch. Nice sweet notes from Sherry casks. Needs a drop of water

Tough day, Timbers down by 3....time have a scotch. Nice sweet notes from Sherry casks. Needs a drop of water

9.0

Andrew Stueve

One of the better batches I've had

One of the better batches I've had

9.3

Collin Moody

Batch 47, Sherry butts. Awesome.

Batch 47, Sherry butts. Awesome.

9.3

Erik Nordman Delectable Pro

Nose: dark dried fruits a la plums, raisins, and dark cherries, pungent oloroso sherry molasses-esque sweetness, spiced honey and toasted caramel. Quite sharp at the cask strength 60.1%. A bit of water cuts the numbing sharpness, and brings out the dark fruit and honey elements as well as the musty (in a good way) oloroso sherry notes. A very distinct orange ginger coffee cake aroma emerged with the addition of water as well. Mouthfeel/body: very full and silky, viscous. Good tingle at cask strength. Not quite as viscous after the addition of water (obviously), but maintains its body and silky character. Palate: More dark cherries, raisins, spiced dried fruit, cinnamon, more pungent molasses oloroso notes. A bit of water cuts the numbing sharpness of the cask strength alcohol volume and opens up the dark dried fruits notes and pungent sherry notes, as well as more spice. Conclusion: Great whisky with plenty complexity and character for the price. Tastes a bit young and spirit-y at cask strength but since I typically cut it with a tiny splash of water, this hasn't been much of an issue.

Nose: dark dried fruits a la plums, raisins, and dark cherries, pungent oloroso sherry molasses-esque sweetness, spiced honey and toasted caramel. Quite sharp at the cask strength 60.1%. A bit of water cuts the numbing sharpness, and brings out the dark fruit and honey elements as well as the musty (in a good way) oloroso sherry notes. A very distinct orange ginger coffee cake aroma emerged with the addition of water as well. Mouthfeel/body: very full and silky, viscous. Good tingle at cask strength. Not quite as viscous after the addition of water (obviously), but maintains its body and silky character. Palate: More dark cherries, raisins, spiced dried fruit, cinnamon, more pungent molasses oloroso notes. A bit of water cuts the numbing sharpness of the cask strength alcohol volume and opens up the dark dried fruits notes and pungent sherry notes, as well as more spice. Conclusion: Great whisky with plenty complexity and character for the price. Tastes a bit young and spirit-y at cask strength but since I typically cut it with a tiny splash of water, this hasn't been much of an issue.

9.1

Matthew Finneran

I've had this one before and it has a sting due to the cask strength. I always add a few drops of water here to cut it down and then out comes the fruit. Pretty good one and worth trying.

I've had this one before and it has a sting due to the cask strength. I always add a few drops of water here to cut it down and then out comes the fruit. Pretty good one and worth trying.

9.2

G Cramer

A poem

A poem

9.7

Simon Bourne

One of the finest single malts I've tasted

One of the finest single malts I've tasted

9.7

Rolando Ray

Amazing flavor if a bit hot at 60.2% alc/vol.

Amazing flavor if a bit hot at 60.2% alc/vol.

9.5

Andrew Stueve

Very nice cask strength scotch. Have to rate it as good as Macallan Cask Strength.

Very nice cask strength scotch. Have to rate it as good as Macallan Cask Strength.

9.7

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