Thursday, 20 May 2010

Aberfeldy Single Malt Whisky 1989 43% 70cl

Highland region. Midland district.

Founded in 1896 by John Dewar & Sons Ltd
Location Highland region
Water source The Pitilie Burn -
Major component of Dewar's blends

Bottled by Gordon & MacPhail in 2007.

Aberfeldy Scotch Whisky 1989Tasting Notes..
Colour: Pale amber.
Without Water
Nose: Rich, oily - polished leather and sherry wood. Lots of fruit character - fruitcake, figs and dates. Subtle smokiness on the edges.
Palate: Smoky with rich, sherry wood flavours. Delicatefragrant notes with an earthy spicy character.

With Water
Nose: Burnt, fruity aromas combine with treacle and dark chocolate. Some nutty notes also present. The smoky character is never too far away.
Palate: Rich, sherry wood with smoky - wood smoke flavours.Develops with more dried fruit and spices emerging.

Body: Rich and mellow.
Finish: Sherry with smoky edge.
Cask Type: Refill sherry hogsheads.

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