Matured in a combination of ex-bourbon and sherry casks,
this 10 year old from Aberlour remains a perennial favourite,
typical of the modern Speyside style and thoroughly approachable.
Such is its popularity that this bottling has been exported to over fifty countries.
Nose: Sweet and full. Sherried raisins, hints of toffee and a pleasant nuttiness.
Palate: Quite full-bodied, spicy rich fruitcake, toffee notes and a creamy malty-feel and the vaguest whisper of something akin to synthetic banana.
Finish: Caramel and honey, the malt still evident and the sweet spices still linger.
Overall: Lovely and rich.