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Aberlour Malt Whisky 10 y.o. £14.99 @ Somerfield

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7y, 11m agoFound 7 years, 11 months ago
A decent bottle at a decent price - £10 off at Aberdeen store - possibly nationwide?

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#1
Braw!

Gaun the morn tae somerfield fir messages will git a Puckle :D
#2
skykid3
Braw!

Gaun the morn tae somerfield fir messages will git a Puckle :D


Irish are you?

Been reading "The Broons" too much
banned#3
Nice find and a good price for a malt.

:)
#4
oxter
Irish are you?

Been reading "The Broons" too much


ye dinna ken Doric?

Far Hiv Ye Bin? :-D
#5
:whistling:Aabody Everybody
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Bydand Steadfast (The motto for the Gordon Highlanders)
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Trig Active
Twaa Two
Un'erstn Understand
Waabit Tired
Wanchancy Wicked
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Whilk Mair Which more
Wifie Woman
Wintit Wanted
Yersel Yourself
Yett A gate, commonly for castles
#6
Really nice drop, not that I'm a wisky connaisseur. I bought some from Sainesbury's just before xmas for £10! Loved it. Nice and smooth.
#7
Yes agree nice whisky :)
#8
£16.99 in Hampshire. Its still worth it though!
#9
Never heard of it, voted cold for lack of adverts on TV...
#10
http://www.aberlour.com/10yearold/10_year_old.gif
[LEFT]This is a definitive example of a Speyside Single Malt. It is matured in a combination of sherry and bourbon oak casks for a minimum of 10 years.[/LEFT]
Aberlour 10 year old is available in over 50 countries around the world and is surely one of the most complex Single Malts in its class.
As tasting malt whisky is a very personal experience, here are some aromas identified by whisky connoisseurs when nosing Aberlour 10 Year Old.
http://www.aberlour.com/10yearold/notes_top.gifhttp://www.aberlour.com/10yearold/tasting_notes.gif
A classic Speyside single malt, matured in a combination of bourbon and sherry casks. Welcoming, vibrant and rewarding.

Colour
Gold.

Nose
The dry, fresh, fruity aromas of early autumn apples and pears are subtly enhanced with sweet notes of vanilla and mint toffee.

Taste
Exceptionally smooth and creamy, with spicy-sweet nutmeg and honey combining with the dewy freshness of autumn fruits.

Finish
Long, soft and warming.
#11
dsuk;4469002
Never heard of it, voted cold for lack of adverts on TV...


I bet you never saw a TV advert for Ferrari cars! If someone posted a deal for a Ferrari for £50 would you vote that cold??

'Not on TV' is NOT a reason to vote something cold!

:x
#12
woodstock
I bet you never saw a TV advert for Ferrari cars! If someone posted a deal for a Ferrari for £50 would you vote that cold??

'Not on TV' is NOT a reason to vote something cold!

:x


Ferrari don't need to advertise....:thinking:
#13
nice 1 thats my weekend drinking sorted ;)
#14
Aye good whiskey this is. Hot!
1 Like #15
woodstock
I bet you never saw a TV advert for Ferrari cars! If someone posted a deal for a Ferrari for £50 would you vote that cold??

'Not on TV' is NOT a reason to vote something cold!

:x


I think - well, I certainly hope - that it was meant as a joke, aimed at all those wallies who vote cold for the most stupid reasons.
#16
dsuk
Never heard of it, voted cold for lack of adverts on TV...


ha ha....are you for real!

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