- 10 Year Old Single Malt Scotch Whisky from Speyside
- About the product
- Aberlour 10 Year Old Single Malt Scotch Whisky is welcoming, vibrant and rewarding malt from highlands of Scotland. Matured in a combination of hand selected traditional and sherry oak casks for a minimum of ten years, the mellowed spirits within are combined to deliver a balanced flavour. This whisky represents the very essence of Aberlour character. As a classic Speyside malt whisky, Aberlour 10 Year Old achieves a remarkable harmony marrying subtle aromas of spice with hints of autumn fruits, giving it a soft and long finish. Sold in its signature box, it is the perfect gift for any occasion.
- Serving suggestion
- Enjoy straight, neat or on the rocks.
- - About the brand -
- At Aberlour we believe in substance over style. Our whisky is born out of craft, passion and knowledge that's been handed down through generations. Our story is of community, locally sourced ingredients and families of craftmen who shaped us into who we are today. Aberlour is generally double-cask matured in Oloroso sherry casks and American oak barrels to create our recognisably rich and complex Speyside single malt whisky. Steeped in centuries of legend and surrounded by the dramatic highland scenery of Ben Rinnes, the village of Aberlour lies at the very heart of Speyside, where the Lour burn joins the River Spey. The exceptionally pure, soft spring water used for making Aberlour whisky is drawn from nearby natural springs.
- - What is whisky? -
- Whisky is a spirit distilled from fermented grains which are then aged in wooden casks. There are different types of Whisky, however the most well-known are Blended Whiskey, Single Malt Whisky, Irish Whiskey & Bourbon. In general, whiskies can be characterised by a variety of flavours: from Sweet to Fruity, Floral to Spicy all the way to Smoky (Peaty) tasting notes.
- Blended whiskies have been expertly crafted using different styles of whiskey to deliver a complex, consistent taste characterised by floral and fruity notes. If you are looking for a smooth whisky with a simpler profile to start with, try a single malt to discover its typically fruity or smoky flavours, or an Irish whiskey that tends to carry predominantly fruity notes. For those that favour strong, dominant flavours, why not try a Bourbon for a traditionally sweet experience or spice it up with a Rye whiskey.
- Whisky can be drunk neat, with a dash of water or with ice “on the rocks”. Many enjoy it as a longer drink over ice with ginger ale, soda, cola or lemonade. It's great as a cocktail too! Why not try it in a Whisky Sour or an Irish Coffee?
- - Whisky or Whiskey? -
- Whisky comes from Scotland while whiskey, with an extra 'e', is traditionally made in Ireland. This difference in the spelling originates in the translations of the word from the Scottish and Irish Gaelic forms. Whiskey is also used when referring to American whiskies, whilst in Japan they use the Scottish spelling. The spelling can therefore reveal a little more about the whisk(e)y's heritage!
- Pack size: 70cl
- Colour: Gold. Nose: The dry, fresh, fruity aromas of early autumn apples and pears are subtly enhanced with sweet notes of vanilla and mint toffee. Palate: Exceptionally smooth and creamy, with spicy-sweet nutmeg and honey combining with the freshness of autumn fruits. Finish: Long, soft and warming.
Region of Origin
Type of Closure
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Country of Origin
Origin Free Text
Distilled & Bottled in Scotland
Name and address
- Aberlour Distillery Company Ltd,
- AB38 9PJ.
- Pernod Ricard UK,
- Customer Services,
- Building 12 Chiswick Park,
- 566 Chiswick High Road,
- W4 5AN.
Lower age limit
Statutory Years : 18
70 Centilitres ℮
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