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I';ve had 3 bottles of Nadurra, all tje 57.7% batch and loved every drop. In some ways more interesting and complex than the Abunadh. Less in yer face, less overtly sweet, more delicate, but nonetheless very interesting.
BTW anyone got any notes on Abunadh b28? seems like Waitrose's current batch
I love both of these whiskeys so much it's like trying to decide between children. In the end though I voted for Nadurra as I find that I can drink it whenever (hot or cold outside) where as the Abunadh I can not drink when it is hot outside.
The crispness and lightness of the Nadurra just does it for me.
I really get the minty freshness identified by the late Michael Jackson in his tasting notes.
It is delicious.
The Abunadh is still very good though.
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It's a very tough choice. I love Glenlivet in general but I admit Nadurra is a bit surprising, the first time. Yet, I still love it. I agree with what was said: the Nadurra's body is not as full and the palate not as sweet; it's crispier and fresh.
If I had to make a choice, it would probably be A'bunadh, because it's so special. Then again, maybe this was the intention of the OP, to put for a choice two very particular, surprising whiskies. I think what I like above anything about the A'bunadh, it's those flavours you don't find in any other whisky; it's just one of its kind.
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