Based on 188 votes, the average rating for Aberlour Casg Annamh Batch 1 is 7.4/10.
Top reviews for Aberlour Casg Annamh Batch 1:
— Fantastic. Aberlour's answer to what I like to call the "A'Bunadh Dilemma." Love the A'Bunadh taste, but not always up for the cask strength kick. Casg Annamh is awesome. So good. Buying more bottles now!
— It is a classic, balanced, Single Malt Scotch Whisky with a rich birth of Bourbon and Sherry casks; while a balanced life leads to a short & warm death.
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Ratings & Reviews
Member Reviews and Ratings of Aberlour Casg Annamh Batch 1
It is very good. It has great taste and drinks easy but for the price, I prefer the 12
Interesting tastes of honey, butter, and dark fruits with a lingering warm finish. Very easy to drink neat.
Not a lot of flavor. Very bland and not too smooth
Fantastic. Aberlour's answer to what I like to call the "A'Bunadh Dilemma." Love the A'Bunadh taste, but not always up for the cask strength kick. Casg Annamh is awesome. So good. Buying more bottles now!
One of my favourites.
Complex, strong tasty drink.
The color, the nose, and the taste is beautiful.
Nearly perfect in my opinion.
This was not for me. It reminded me of every cheap bar whisky I've had. The smell was ok, and the first flavor that hits your mouth is nice, but it immediately turns to pure alcohol. The after taste is not pleasant either.
Also, I just noticed that the flavor spiral that came with the sample pack (what about Nas) is very different than the one above. Mine shows mostly oak, burnt caramel, sherry, spicy notes, dark chocolate, and continues from there. There's no butter, pepper, or smokiness in mine.
It is a classic, balanced, Single Malt Scotch Whisky with a rich birth of Bourbon and Sherry casks; while a balanced life leads to a short & warm death.
Awesome! Plum, straberry, fruit wine.
Amazing product and masterpiece for the price range, soft buttery flavor along with pepper, spices and oak slide along each other, the felling of apricot and spring mild Smokey sherry cask followed by start session BBQ makes you raise the eye brows- excursions and new beginnings with the true nose of aberlour - wonderful
Decent but not one I'd buy a bottle of. As a lover of sherry cask aged scotch I found this one to be a bit harsh. I've had some decent NAS whiskies but my experience is nothing can beat age and there is a reason they don't put an age statement on here. Probably be excellent if they allowed it to age a few years
The aroma of honey, sorghums, and caramel. In the mouth it is viscous spicy butter and fruit. The 48% abv is obvious and welcome. A winner!
Spicy, sherry, very good!!
Missing the oak on front. Definitely getting the caramel and cinnamon. I’ll try this one again for sure.
On the thin side. Very mild nose. Oak and smoke. A little spice on the finish. A bit of water brought out the spice more. Not a favorite.
Great notes and lasting flavor!!!
Sweet and peppery, but tastes hollow, like it's missing something. Still good, but needs something smoother to round it out.
Pretty fantastic stuff. Flavors reminiscent of a nice bourbon. Smooth, caramel, spice, and lots of oak come out in this. Not overpowering like Islay region scotches can be. Nice full mouthfeel.
Sorry to say this didn’t do it for me. Really didn’t care for it neat but a small ice cube opened up the flavors a bit. Not very dynamic IMO
Spiciness comes forward in the taste but especially in the finish. Could definitely drink some more but not at the top of my list.
Tastes and smells like weak sweet tea and medicinal alcohol. The tasting notes talk about cherries and butter and smoke. I don’t know what they were drinking but I don’t think it was this.
Interesting, so I guess that's better than boring. Licorice spice