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Aberlour uses a mix of ex-bourbon and former sherry casks for most of its maturation, with sherry usually playing a prominent part.
The 12 year old is ‘double cask matured’ in this manner and Oloroso sherry is prominent on the sweet nose, along with honey, almonds and wood. Christmas spices, sherry, stewed apple, honey and almonds appear on the palate, while ginger features in the lengthy, drying finish, along with nutmeg.
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|Type||Whisky & Whiskey|
|Awards||Gold Medal — International Spirits Challenge 2020|
European Wildlife Photographer of the Year, David Maitland, has been commissioned by Aberlour to shoot a world-first series of super-macro images charting the journey of the whisky's creation. The photography uses a variety of techniques to capture some of the natural elements that contribute to the unique flavour of the single malt Whisky, from a glimpse inside each grain of barley to the actual rings from an ex-Oloroso sherry oak cask.
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