Archive ARDMORE Traditional

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83 points, Serge Valentin sur, 27 février 2014

Tasting note

  • Appearance : ambre à reflets dorés.
  • Nose : puissant, sur la fumée de la tourbe, il ne néglige cependant pas son caractère du Speyside avec une relative douceur, renforcer par l'influence des Quarter Casks lui apportant crémeux et épices. La fumée se fait plus présente avec un trait d'eau.
  • Palate : riche et crémeuse, elle marie tourbe et vanille avec une certaine douceur. Elle devient ensuite plus fruitée.
  • Overall : longue, sur la fumée de la tourbe, la vanille et les épices.
The brand

The brand

Ardmore is an ambiguous distillery. On the border between Speyside and the eastern Highlands, Ardmore was established in 1897, just one year before the Pattison brothers went bankrupt. Its whisky has a character which could be mistaken for an island whisky rather than a mainland. Interestingly, between 1817 and 1835, another distillery of the same name operated on the Isle of Islay before merging with Lagavulin. This colourful heritage extends deep into its DNA. Discovered thanks to its independent bottlings, Ardmore has, for several years, released its own 12 year old “house”.

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