I don't know how the whisky evolve with some breething as the bottle was just open. Maybe he need some time to open as the whisky was in the bottle for some years.
Not worth paying a premium at least.
Ganga wrote:Batch 29
Glass 1: Brandy
Nose: cherries jublee, liquid caramel over red apples, slightly nutty (almonds and hazelnuts), cranberry bread
Palate: caramel, chocolate covered cherries, fruits, cider
Finish: long, sweet spiced cider
Glass 2: Glencairn
Nose: vanilla ice cream smothered in caramel, fruit salad with marshmallows
Palate: red apples, caramel, campfire marshmallows, nutmeg/spices
Finish: long, spicey
Thanks Rich for the excellent notes.
Batch#29 sounds like a tasty lot with the caramel, cherries, and spice!
I love A'bunadh!
Ganga wrote:Not yet. But I noticed tonight that Batch 32 has hit the shelves with the new packaging and label.
Thanks Rich: You folks are up to Batch 32 already, I'm only seeing #30 around Seattle. I wonder how # 30, 32 are tasting. I stockpiled four bottles of #26 last year (which was excellent), and I'm getting ready to stock up again.
Or it didn't follow the Bruichladdich's act well at all.
Have you had batch 30? I've seen that floating around, but I think I read something elsewhere that indicated a very strong sherry note in the last few batches.
Collector57 wrote:Hey am I right in thinking that you haven't been around for a while Joseph? If so, welcome back!
Hi Nick-- thanks! Nice to hear from you! I see from your purchases your collection is doing well.
I haven't been posting in a while, but find myself buying more Whisky, and drinking more in the winter months, so I enjoy the forums more this time of year. Summertime comes, and we travel, and fish, my drinking turns more to wine.
Picked up a 2010 George T Stagg too, I should have no trouble keeping warm this Holiday season!
punkfan39126 wrote: ...My first A'Bunadh so I don't have a reference point but I like it alot, even moreso than the Aberlour 18. Rich, sweet, notes of orange peel, cherries, and baking spices. Really nice Winter whisky, makes me wish I had a fireplace. ....
Welcome to A'bunadh. Certainly a great sherried dram! I have a sweet tooth, so it is one of my favorites.
I like #36, sweet, raisins, fruit, sherry, and creamy. Sweet raisins and heat on the finish; But I detect a tad of bitterness from oak. I'm sure it will dissipate over time. Still a very nice dram!
I've had other A'bunadhs were that more balanced, and without the oak bite that #36 has.
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