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Ardbeg Scotch 10 Year Old Single Malt 750ML
Sku: 17430
Ardbeg Ten Years Old is the ever-peaty, ever-popular core expression of the Ardbeg range. "More complex, citrus-led and sophisticated than recent bottlings, though the peat is no less but now si ...more
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Country: Scotland
Type: Wsky - Single Malt - Islay
Reg. $45.99
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Ardbeg Ten Years Old is the ever-peaty, ever-popular core expression of the Ardbeg range. "More complex, citrus-led and sophisticated than recent bottlings, though the peat is no less but now simply displayed in an even greater elegance; a beautiful sea salt strain to this. Gentle oils carry on them a lemon-lime edge, sweetened by barley and a weak solution of golden syrup; the peat is omnipotent, turning up in every crevice and wave, yet never one once overstepping its boundary. Stunningly clean, the oak offers not a bitter trace but rather a vanilla and butterscotch edge to the barley. Again the smoke wafts around in a manner unique in the world of whisky when it comes to sheer elan and adroitness. Like whien you usually come across something that goes down so beautifully and with such a nimble touch and disarming allure, just close your eyes and enjoy." - Jim Murray, "Whisky Bible" 97 points
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"More complex, citrus-led and sophisticated than recent bottlings, though the peat is no less but now simply displayed in an even greater elegance; a beautiful sea salt strain to this. Gentle oils carry on them a lemon-lime edge, sweetened by barley and a weak solution of golden syrup; the peat is omnipotent, turning up in every crevice and wave, yet never one once overstepping its boundary. Stunningly clean, the oak offers not a bitter trace but rather a vanilla and butterscotch edge to the barley. Again the smoke wafts around in a manner unique in the world of whisky when it comes to sheer elan and adroitness. Like whien you usually come across something that goes down so beautifully and with such a nimble touch and disarming allure, just close your eyes and enjoy." -Jim Murray, "Whisky Bible" 97 points