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Ardbeg 10-year-old Single Malt Scotch Whisky (70cl in gift box) NV


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  • World Whiskies Awards, 2016
  • International Whisky Competition, 2015
  • Liquid Awards -Jim Murray Whisky Bible, 2014
  • San Francisco World Spirit Competition, 2018
  • International Wine & Spirit Competition, 2018
  • International Whisky Competition, 2019

The year 2015 celebrates Ardbeg’s 200th anniversary – a worthy excuse for pouring yourself a glass of this rich, peaty Islay malt. It’s been whisky of the year thrice already in the last decade. No surprise to anyone who has tasted this 10 year old.

Beyond the Label

Tasting notes

Peat, tangy lemon and lime, black pepper, espresso and liquorice


Smoke, ocean air, lemon, chocolate, pine and coal tar soap

Ardbeg 10-year-old Single Malt Scotch Whisky (70cl in gift box) NV

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  • 46.0% ABV
  • 32.2 Units
  • 700.00 ml
  • 31 December, 2050

Islay is the most southerly whisky producing island of the Inner Hebrides and the most revered. The distinct character of its fine malts can be attributed to proximity to the sea and to rich peat beds that provide the distilleries with fuel. Ardbeg Distillery dates back to 1815 and its whisky was for many years produced for blending purposes. Ardbeg gained a reputation as the world’s peatiest malt from the fact that its maltings had no fans. This caused the peat smoke to permeate the grains very heavily. The distillery is today owned by the luxury LVMH group. Ardbeg is notable for its policy of bottling whisky at a higher alcohol by volume than the minimum 40%, and for not chill filtering. Both of these measures yield more flavour and body.

"The finest quality ‘entry level’ single malt on the market – a wonderfully complex, peaty Islay malt" Hilario Ribeiro
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