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Aberlour Single Malt Scotch - Thursday, December 13th | 5-7pm

Aberlour Single Malt Scotch - Thursday, December 13th | 5-7pm

Free Scotch Whisky Tasting | RSVP Now!

All of the single malts from Aberlour are made with the best local ingredients of barley and soft water from the nearby Speyside mountain, Ben Rinnes. The expertly crafted new spirit is usually matured for a minimum of 12 years both in the finest hand-picked Oloroso Sherry butts and American Oak barrels. It’s this double cask maturation which subtly brings together the characteristics of each cask to create a truly rich and rewardingly complex range of single malts.

This special tasting will also feature a craftsperson punching personalized initials onto leather cuffs to decorate your bottle. A perfect gift for someone special in your life! 

Aberlour 12 - Rich with Citrus Character
The 12-year-old expression is a fine example of how the distinctively crisp, citrus character of Aberlour's new distillate is deftly softened by double cask maturation. Traditional Oak and seasoned Sherry butts are both used to great effect, as the mellowed spirits within are combined to deliver a subtly balanced flavor
750 ml -$59.99 | SALE PRICE $80.99

Aberlour 16 - Fruity & Deep
With the depth and complexity that comes from being matured for 16 years in a combination of American Oak casks and the finest Sherry butts, this expression's warm and fruity notes are enriched by an engagingly spicy sweetness.
750 ml -$89.99 | SALE PRICE $80.99

A'bunadh - Sherried & Intense
Meaning 'the original' in Gaelic, A'bunadh is made in homage to Aberlour's founder, James Fleming. A’bunadh is a whisky hand-made from start to finish with each batch being created to ensure a rich and complex flavour of moist raisin, and homemade fruit cake. It is bottled at cask strength resulting in a robust and deeply intense, Sherried whisky.
750 ml -$98.99 | SALE PRICE $89.09

*10% off select bottles during tastings

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