Review: Gordon & MacPhail Aberfeldy 1993

Aberfeldy Distillery 1993, a 25 year old single malt whisky from the Scottish Highlands. This beautiful whisky was distilled on Sunday, 6 June 1993 and bottled on Thursday, 21 June 2018.

The casktype that was used for this whisky was a first fill sherry puncheon. The outturn of the Aberfeldy Distillery 1993 release is 444 bottles.

This whisky is part of the Gordon & MacPhail range to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Connoisseurs Choice. A range that remains true to George Urquhart’s original vision and philosophy.

“The heart of Gordon & MacPhail Aberfeldy is unique and soft after”

The tastingnotes:

Gordon & MacPhail Aberfeldy Distillery 1993 – 58,8%

  • Color: Copper
  • Nose: Citrus, lemon, lime, hints of mints, fresh peach, a road of pepper spices, salty rocks after a lot of rain, a touch of wood, a bowl of almonds, cinnamon and a drop of maple syrop
  • Taste: Hot, spicy, loads of cut red peppers, cherries, stickiness, mango, honeycomb, raspberries, salty, a bit oily with lavender influences, orange peel, cinnamon and a peachy complex
  • Finish: Warm and lovely lingering

Suggestions: One drop to make the whisky a wee bit softer, but enjoy the character!

There is more information to be found via Gordon & MacPhail.



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