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At the end of the 19th century, the Aultmore Distillery was built near Keith, in the Speyside. Like many distilleries, Aultmore too was set up to produce malt whisky for blends. But the distillery also released a number of own bottlings, or bottlings for third parties, such as the mysterious "Aultmore Finest Highland Malt Scotch Whisky". However, most Aultmore bottlings are released by independent bottlers. Often at cask strength.
With this 12-year-old bottling, Speyside distillery Aultmore presents a good 'beginner's malt'. With its notes of sweet pears, grass and hay and herbs, this is a whisky to enjoy with friends at a garden party.
Not overly complex, but nicely balanced and with a pleasantly intense taste. That is how you could describe the character of this 18-year-old Aultmore, aged in bourbon and sherry casks. Especially with its light fruit tones a typical Speyside whisky.
In its attractively priced 'entry bottlings' range, bottler Signatory Vintage releases this 10-year-old Aultmore single malt whisky. Matured in 2 first fill bourbon barrels and bottled at 43%, this Speysider is a nice introduction to single malts.
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