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Aberfeldy 12 Year is a solid, affordable, and interesting alternative to mainline single malt scotches from the Highlands and Speyside. Originally built as a distillery by Dewars for blends, this has been on the market since 1999.

An accessible single malt scotch that is still a little bit off the beaten path ever felt a 12 year now. Aberfeldy is located in the central highlands and it is a very typical central highlands style of malt ever fall tea has an interesting history. Actually, it's primarily used as a blend indoors blended whiskies. Although the Aberfeldy distillery was built in 1898 by the Dewar's family, this single malt scotch wasn't released until 1999 and it typifies a very solid base for blends. It's not surprising that this has been used for a blend prior to its release.

On the bottle, there isn't a lot of information about the specific make of whiskey that really sets it apart from a lot of the talking points. In my opinion, fall straight away into a copy as a large government warning. It is very fresh in terms of typesetting through and an attractive if not little stumpy bottle. Color is a very medium honey gold. Very average viscosity you can tell it's got very straight legs in a Glen Karen. You can tell that this is a fragrant risky without being particularly strong on the nose.

What you'll notice initially is a kind of Piyush peachy honey. There's a slight floral note touch of beeswax but it's all modest on the entry. It's slightly oily the oak steps up though and it ends feeling a little thick especially for a 40% bottling. Now in the mid-palate you get more peach you get fruit cobblers there's a touch of malt. It's fairly straightforward fruits. Now finally the finish you're going to get a bit of spice probably from the casks and still strong sweetness a slight bit of burnt go for maybe a twelve-year and a touch of beeswax. My overall take away on this Scotch is that it is a worthwhile alternative to a lot of the mainline ten and twelve years Highland and Speyside malts that are out there. What you're getting isn't something particularly complex or distinctive but it's fresh. It has great strong flavors there are not really any off-notes. It is a very solid offering one way that you could look at a whisky like this is that it's a good daily driver. This is one that you could come to and expect a very reliable a very enjoyable and flexible perhaps whisky. Overall I enjoyed it. I think it's a very solid choice for especially for the price which is what I paid for it and I encourage you to check it out.

Country Scotland
Alcohol Volume 40%
Bottle Size 750ml
Taste Creamy. Some sherried fruit with a trailing hint of smoke. Prune, custard, and espresso bean.
Special Ingredients Ginger, malt, nutty nougat, and maybe a little grapefruit zest.


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