Aberlour A'bunadh

In stock


Bottler: No

ABV: 59.7 %

Size: 70 cl

Region: Speyside

Taste Rating: 3

The distillery is situated on the edge of Charlestown of Aberlour, a lovely little town on the banks of the river Spey, also home to Walkers Shortbread. The distillery was founded in 1826 and is today owned by Chivas Brothers who are part of Pernod Richard a French Company.  France is the biggest Export market of Scotch Whisky in volume and Aberlour is very popular single Malt in France, and is now the 6thbestselling single malt Worldwide.

This bottling is called A bunadh which is Galic for The Original and it’s supposed to taste how a single malt would have tasted at the end of the 19th Century. Rich sherry cask matured, very strong, and each batch is slightly different.

This is the ultimate winter warmer whisky makes you want to lay a large fire and sink into a leather armchair, and as you sit there you might just think to yourself “I’d look really good in a smoking jacket”.

1 - 5 bottles - £6.95 (UK Mainland Only)
6 or more bottles delivered FREE! (UK Mainland Only)

UK Mainland does not include:

Scottish Highlands - postcode areas

IV2, AB37-AB38, AB41-AB45, AB51-AB56, FK20-FK21, IV1, IV3-IV40, IV52-IV54, KW1-KW14, PA21-PA39, PH15-PH41

1-12 Bottles  - £25.90 - then £1 for each bottle over 13 bottles

Scottish Islands - postcode areas

HS1-HS9, IV41-IV49, IV51, IV55-IV56, KA27-KA28, KW15-KW17, PA20, PA40-PA49, PA60-PA78, PH42-PH44, ZE1-ZE3

1-12 bottles - £31.90 - then £1 for each bottle over 13 bottles

All these areas

  • Northern Ireland - BT
  • Isle of Man - IM
  • Isle of White - PO30-PO41
  • Isles of Silly - TR
  • Channel Islands - JE, GY

1-12 bottles - £31.90 - then £1 for each bottle over 13 bottles

If you wish to place an order for delivery outside the UK, please email us to check the cost, regulations and restrictions.


You can cancel your order within 7 days of order or receipt of goods whichever is the longer.
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Taste Rating Guide

1 - Light, good for beginners - an aperitif on a summers day, i.e. Glengoyne, Auchentoshan

2 - Also good for beginners but with more depth and body - a little stronger than 1, ie. Glenmorangie, Speyburn

3 - A dram for everyone, a little more complex so the palate requires a little more experience, i.e. Cragganmore, Macallan

4 - A stronger spirit, a big whisky with lots of character and body, excellent after dinner, i.e. Lagavulin, Laphroaig

Aberlour A'bunadh