Reggaeblues wrote:I often find sherry matured malts a little sour to start. then they tend to open up in a rich, fruity manner! "Raisiny sweet" is actually quite a good description.
I agree Aberlour 10 is great value for money. Have you tried the A'bunadh yet?
Well thank you for validating my experience. It's so unusual, I really disliked it at first, and I thought to myself:
"Sherry matured my butt!" Hahahahaha.
It's funny you should mention the A'bunadh. I'm waiting for my next wedding anniversary next year in March to celebrate it with that particular single malt. I can hardly wait as I've read so many incredible things about the A'bunadh.
But don't tell my wife that I'm hanging out for our next wedding anniversary to drink some whisky! She's hanging out to celebrate our marriage and committment to each other and all that stuff.....
I'm just expressing all that in the Aberlour A'bundadh.