Aberfeldy 12 Years 1L 40% vol. is a single malt made in the heart of Scotland, in the Highlands region. The whisky, the youngest in the distillery, which serves as an introduction to Aberfeldy's light fruity character, is a clean, medium-bodied, fruity whisky with light notes of heather, honey and spices. It was awarded a gold medal at the 2014 World Whiskies Awards.
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Aberfeldy 12 Years 1L 40% vol. is a single malt made in the heart of Scotland, in the Highlands. A clean, medium-bodied and fruity whisky with notes of heather, honey and spices. A drink that will please lovers of fresh and fruity single malt.
The Aberfeldy distillery was founded in 1896 by John Dewar & Sons, Ltd. and began production in 1898. Due to the demand for barley during the First and Second World Wars the distillery remained closed to the public for several years in both periods. In 1972 the distillery was expanded with four more stills.
Aberfeldy is the only distillery in Scotland using the fresh and clean waters of Pitilie Burn. The general character of the whiskies produced in this distillery are medium-bodied and smooth, with fruity notes accompanied by malted notes, toast, toffee, honey and nuts.
Style: Single Malt.
Breeding: The ages of whiskies is at least twelve years in American oak barrels and sherry.
Nose: Pleasant nose, sweet and fruity notes accompanied by spices and toast.
Mouth: Very pleasant texture on the palate, rich notes of honey and apple. Gentile, spices add complexity.
Final: Light finish with nuts.
Aberfeldy 12 Years is a gentle, fruity and mellow whisky, the drink to start in the acclaimed whiskies of this distillery. A profile that will please lovers of fruity whiskies and easy to drink.
Gold Medal in 2015 in the category Highlands & Islands up to 12 Years.
Gold Medal in 2014 in the category Highlands Single Malt up to 12 Years.
Gold Medal in 2014 in the Speyside Single Malts category up to 12 Years.
Silver Medal in 2014 in the category Distillers' Single Malts up to 12 Years.
Silver Medal in 2014 in the category Scotch Single Malt Highland up to 12 Years.
Masters in 2013 in the category Highlands & Islands up to 12 Years.