Aberfeldy Single Cask Bits of Strange Malt Whisky

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alc./vol:
55.1%

Proof:
110.2°

Vintage:
Non-vintage

Aged:
16 years

Closure: Natural cork stopper

Product of: Product of United Kingdom United Kingdom


Matured in a sherry seasoned cask for 16 years, this limited edition single cask Aberfeldy was released to commemorate King Creosote and Found’s November 2012 Bits of Strange Homecommings Tour with visited Aberdeen, St Andrews, Edinburgh and Harwick.

Review and Tasting

Sampled on 08/12/2012

Appearance

(bottle 80 of 318) Clear, deep coppery amber with burnished copper highlights.

Aroma

Boatyard varnish, fried fruit, linseed and burnt fruitcake with vanilla and floral honeysuckle.

Taste

Dry, oaky, spiced palate with more burnt fruit cake, brazil nuts, oak tannins and eucalyptus and pine needles.

Aftertaste

Lingering dry oaky sherry with blackened fruitcake. Full appreciation of this malt is reliant on judicious dilution – neat is too much but a splash completely kills it.

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