This is one of my favorite drams ever, and it seems to have dropped off the face of the USA. Can't find it anywhere! Does anyone know anything about that? It's still listed on Aberlour's website (although the 16yo isn't, which is weird, since I see it all the time in stores), so I don't think it's been discontinued...are they just not shipping it to the States anymore?
woodhill wrote:Dunno about the states I've only ever seen this in Calais where I picked mine up from.
Have you tried it?
I have yet to open mine!
I have -- in fact, I credit it with being the one that got me interested in Scotch in the first place! It's very good.
Sherried Malt wrote:Give Jay's Wine & Liquor in Larchmont NY a call. It shows up on their website. Don't know if they can ship tho.
Thanks -- I'll give them a try! I've seen it on other websites, though, but every time I try to order it, I get a phone call or e-mail telling me it's out of stock...
Better luck this time! Thanks, guys.
I've had the 16yo -- it's a lovely whisky -- but it's not the same as the 15yo. I may never taste it again! How sad...
They also have a 12yo Sherry Cask Matured not to be confused with the 12yo Double Cask Matured which is available in the USA (and parts of Canada ((the better parts)).
and to be even more confusing they bottle a 15yo Double Cask Matured also......as well a the 16yo Double Cask Matured as you mentioned.
and then........for the French market the 15yo Cuvee Marie D'Ecosse which is Double Cask Matured (but it says it in really small letters).
Anyway, they're all very good.
Lawrence wrote:...even more confusing they bottle a 15yo Double Cask Matured also......as well as the 16yo Double Cask Matured as you mentioned.
and then........for the French market the 15yo Cuvee Marie D'Ecosse which is Double Cask Matured...
Does anyone know how these three stack up?? How much of a difference is there? All very confusing...
Try Charles St. Liquors in Boston. It also shows up on their site. MA retailers generally don't ship, but maybe you have a friend nearby... Again, no affiliation, etc.
Better luck this time!
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