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A must have LMDW“ Unfairly seen as a ‘peat monster’, we consider Ardbeg, and in particular the 10 year old, to embody absolute perfection when it comes to Scottish single malts. Rightly held as one of the world’s 5 greatest malts, this is a crowd-pleaser and enthrals experts as it does novices of both genders. Characterised by mellow notes of liquorice sticks, this universal single malt is offered in its "Libérez la Tourbe” [“Free the Peat”] case exclusively by La Maison du Whisky.
Ardbeg is irrefutably one of the most iconic of distilleries. As soon as it bottles a new version, enthusiasts around the world line up to sample its delights. As for the old vintages, most of them inspire admiration through their peaty power and their mineral, fruity finesse. The 10 Year Old version sets a lighter tone than we are generally accustomed to, but is just as earthy, smoky and marine as ever. Collector’s "Libérez la Tourbe” [‘Free the Peat’] case, made exclusively for La Maison du Whisky
Limited edition restricted to 5,000 pieces, an LMDW exclusive Profile: balanced, deep. Phenolic, peaty and smoky, chocolatey. Candied fruits (lemon, grapefruit). Iodised, camphorous. Sea spray and smoked fish.
The Ardbeg distillery produces the peatiest single malt in Scotland In the past, the strong peaty character of its single malts originated from a lack of ventilation in the malt kiln which led to the smoky flavours being locked in. In addition to its peaty character, Ardbeg also presents aromas of liquorice and varnish. The single malts offer a charming, rustic character allied with great sophistication and a rich expression. Thanks to a passionate following among whisky enthusiasts, Ardbeg’s production is almost entirely dedicated to its single malt rather than blends. Find out more
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