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Ardbeg Uigeadail – Cask Strength and Non Chill-Filtered

December 1, 2011 Drink No Comments

According to the distillery, this scotch is a special vatting of different styles of Ardbeg, marrying together its traditional deep, smoky notes with the luscious, sweet, raisiny tones of old ex-Sherry casks… In 2009, Jim Murray called it World Whisky of the Year.

What I really appreciate from this whisky, is that it is at cask strength and is non-chill filtered, which allows one to taste the maximum flavors. It really has great balance, and is one I’d proudly pour a dram for my friends. Definitely, one of my favorite scotches. I picked up this bottle from the Hollywood outlet of K&L Wines, which had it for $59 (MSRP $73), a great price! I’ll have to go back and stock pile on more.

Here’s a clip with Jim Murray and Rachel Barrie, Ardbeg’s Master Blender.

Here’s a clip with Micky Heads, Ardbeg’s Distillery Manager, discussing the tasting notes.

Here’s a review by one of my favorite Internet personalities, Ralfy!

Link: Ardbeg

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