Whisky Aberfeldy 16 Years Old, in tube, 0.7 L
- Barrel aging:
Whiskey bright amber color.
The round and soft taste of whiskey is dominated by tones of citrus fruits and honey sweetness that complement the nuances of dark chocolate. The finish is stable and difficult, long and spicy, with hints of oak.
The aroma of whiskey filled with notes of sherry and spices (cloves), hints of fruit cake, floral and oak nuances.
Whisky fine pure as digestives in combination with cigar and coffee.
Whisky Aberfeldy 16 Years Old was released in 2015 in the series "The Last Great Malts" and added previously submitted between releases 12 and 21 years of aging. Since the double distillation in copper kettles maturing for 16 years in oak barrels of bourbon and sherry, whiskey has a perfect balance between sweetness and spice. A characteristic of all whiskey Aberfeldy mild taste has a great volume and complexity.
Aberfeldy Distillery was built in 1898 in the heart of Scotland. Company-owned John Dewar & Sons was immediately set and started to implement the task produce single malt whiskeys in large quantities. Whiskey quickly became popular, but due to disruptions in the supply of barley during the first, and later the Second World War, production was stopped several times, and was subsequently sold to United Distillers. In 1998, John Dewar & Sons bought the distillery back and began to produce both single malt and blended whiskey. One feature of the distillery is that used in the production of only water, and barley malt Scotch origin. In 2000, the company opened a distillery in the center of "Dewar's World of Whisky". In the center conducts a tour of the production process and the history of the brand of whiskey Dewar's.