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Aberlour 12-Year-Old Speyside Single Malt Scotch Whisky
Aberlour 12-Year-Old Speyside Single Malt Scotch Whisky
Aberlour 12-Year-Old Speyside Single Malt Scotch Whisky
Aberlour 12-Year-Old Speyside Single Malt Scotch Whisky

Aberlour 12-Year-Old Speyside Single Malt Scotch Whisky

Double matured in sherry casks – warming and spicy

Matured firstly in traditional oak casks, then in sherry butts to produce a richly textured whisky with depth of character that's balanced by rich fruit aromas and sweet baking spice.

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Bottle at a glance

  • Size: 70cl
  • Alc Vol: 40.00 %vol
  • Year: -
  • Closure: Cork
  • Region: -
  • Special Features: Vegetarian - Vegan

Please note - Every effort is taken to ensure the vintage displayed
on this page is the vintage supplied, but due to constantly refreshed
stock the vintage supplied may vary. This product may contain sulphites.

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Whisky at a glance

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Bin no:
717615
Size:
70cl
Alc Vol:
43%
Age/Vintage:
12-Year-Old
Region:
Scotland, Speyside
Special Features:

It is an offence to purchase or attempt to purchase alcoholic liquor if you are under the age of 18

Let the deed show

Aberlour whisky is born out of craft, passion and knowledge that’s been handed down through generations. The spirit was created in the 19th century by James Fleming who was keen to let his whisky do the talking and remain true to his family motto, ‘let the deed show’.

The best locally sourced ingredients of barley and pure, soft water from the nearby Ben Rinnes mountain give Aberlour its distinctive quality. To deliver a subtly balanced flavour, the malt is matured for 12 years in the finest hand-picked oloroso sherry butts and American oak barrels, bringing together the characteristics of each cask.