The September 2022 release of Cask Strength from Ardnamurchan, this year's sees the folks at the distillery opt for a higher percentage of peated whisky compared to previous releases, aged in a combin... Read more
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|Name||Ardnamurchan Ad/09.22 Cask Strength|
|Alcohol Content (ABV)||58.4%|
|Country of Origin||Scotland|
|Created On CasKompare||11-17-2022|
The September 2022 release of Cask Strength from Ardnamurchan, this year's sees the folks at the distillery opt for a higher percentage of peated whisky compared to previous releases, aged in a combination of bourbon and sherry casks, alongside unpeated, sherry-aged malt. Bottled at 58.4%, and non-chill filtered, this is a Highland single malt that's certainly on the smokier side.~ Master of Malt
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On the Ardnamurchan peninsula of Lochaber in the Highlands of Scotland, there is a Scotch whiskey distillery called the Ardnamurchan distillery. The distillery, which derives its name from the peninsula, is one of Scotland's most isolated. The independent bottling firm Adelphi constructed and is the owner of the distillery. The local council gave its approval to the distillery's plans in April 2012 after they were presented in 2011. The distillery's construction started in 2013 and was finished in May 2014. 2014 saw the start of production for Ardnamurchan. 2017 was the formal release of the distillery's first whisky, which satisfied the 3-year legal criteria. In 2018, Ardnamurchan whiskey barrels were donated to local youngsters as a charitable present. The distillery has around 10,000 barrels filled by the year 2020. To lessen the distillery's carbon footprint, renewable energy is used to power it. It is run by hydroelectric power as well as a sizable biomass boiler that burns wood from the surrounding Ardnamurchan forest. The distillery's floor maltings are heated by the boiler. The distillery uses the Glenmore river as a source for cooling water and takes water for its whiskey production from springs above the facility.