Aberlour A'Bunadh Alba 70cl 60.1°

New Aberlour A'Bunadh Alba 70cl 60.1°
Distillery : Aberlour / Country : Scotland / Reference: : 25829

The name of this whiskey refers to the name of the American oak barrels called "quercus alba" used for aging A'Bunadh Single Malt. By chance, the term "alba" also means "Scotland" in Gaelic.

Over time, the barrel slowly infuses the whiskey and gives it the sweet flavours that will constitute its aromatic palette. We find notes of cooked apples, almond and vanilla.

“A’Bunadh” means “the original” in Gaelic and refers to the manufacturing process whereby each bottle is bottled as Aberlour did 100 years earlier: cask strength and without cold filtering.

75,90 € tax incl.

soit 108,43 € / litre

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Volume0.7 L
ABV60.1 °
TypeSingle malt
PeatNon Peated
CharacteristicsCask Strength & Non-Chill Filtered

The Aberlour distillery is nestled in a valley at the junction of rivers Lour and Spey, surrounded by an amazing landscape overlook by the nearby Ben Rinnes peaks.

James Fleming established the Aberlour distillery in 1879. He drew himself most of the plans of the buildings and machines, personally supervising each step of the building works.

In 1898, a fire destroyed several distillery buildings and a large part of the whisky stocks. The re-building of the distillery was led by the most famous distillery builders in Scotland, Charles  Doig, from Elgin.

During the last century, tools and methods improved thanks to modernization of equipment and new technologies. However, most of the original structures are still in place, as part of Aberlour’s long heritage and transmission of knowledge and traditions.

The distillery produces 3,2 million liters of alcohol every year. Almost two thirds of the production is dedicated to the making of 10 year-old, 12 year-old and 16 year-old Aberlour Single Malts, and the Aberlour A’bunadh.

Couleur : ou brillant.

Nez : doux avec des notes de pomme et de poire, de miel et de vanille.

Bouche : citronnée avec des notes de pommes cuites et une touche d'amande.

Finale : douce et douce.