A sample that has been waiting for a long time. The tasting notes of the Aberfeldy 21 yr crawled out of the drawer that stands in the bedroom.
Here we are. The whisky has been poured in the glass and ready to be tasted and more important, to be nose first. But first, let’s have a good look.
- Name: Aberfeldy 21 yr
- Type: Single Malt
- Country: Highlands
- Price: € 59,50
First, a small history lesson:
The brothers Dewar began in the year 1896 with building the needed buildings for the distilley and in 1898 the distillery was opened. Tommy, John’s son who already joined the company in 1885, you could see him as the business brain. Through Tommy his travels and contacts around the world, Dewar’s whiskey was the best-selling blend in the United States and the fifth best-selling worldwide…. The rest is for you to find out, If you like to know more that is ..
- Color: Amber gold
- Nose: Mandarin, sweet, raisins, chocolate, honey, vanilla and a complexity of sweetness and also pepperish
- Taste: Sweet mandarin, chopped nuts with chocolate crisps, very rich in the mouth with a lot of flying spices.
- Finish: Medium
This whisky is a fine one, and I’m glad there was a sample waiting for me. Nice to add is the following, Burns, mentioned Aberfeldy in his poem “The Birks of Aberfeldy,”
The Birks of Abergeldie.
Suggestions: One drop of water to let the aroma of the Aberfeldy rise.
Grade: I give this whisky an 8.5 out of 10
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