*Apologies if this poll is only meant to refer to Aberlour A'bunadh. I'm not sure Aberlour is overly concerned with consistency in this case (quality, yes) as they would be with their other OB range. I do think with specific batch numbering one approaches the issue of the "single cask". Consequently, with these you roll the dice and take your chances.
Klas wrote:Do you think that the inconsistency between different batches is a good thing or no?
Actually, given the 'nature of the beast' and the amount of time during which a'bunadh has been marketed, I think it is quite remarkable how consistent in overall flavour profile this whisky has managed to remain through 20+ batches.
I voted, "Yes."
It is what it is and my opinion probably won't change that.
I do like SM scotch, though. They are more flavourful than most blends, so I save the SMs for special occasions.
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