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The peatiest of the Islay single malts in an official, young, non-chillfiltered version is presented in a celebration box with two Ardbeg tasting glasses.
A golden shade with glints of green, a smoky nose characterised by notes of tobacco. Fresh and oily on the palate with a very smoky, malted and iodised aspect. A long, salty finish marks a return to peat.
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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