Ardbeg 17 Year Old is a single malt Scotch whisky produced by the Ardbeg Distillery on the island of Islay in Scotland. Ardbeg is known for producing heavily peated whiskies, and the 17 Year Old expre... Read more
Ardbeg 17 Year Old is a single malt Scotch whisky produced by the Ardbeg Distillery on the island of Islay in Scotland. Ardbeg is known for producing heavily peated whiskies, and the 17 Year Old expression is a good example of this style.
The 17 Year Old is a age-statement expression, which means that the whisky has been aged for at least 17 years. The whisky is made using malted barley that has been heavily peated, and then aged in ex-bourbon and ex-sherry casks.
The whisky is described as having a complex and well-balanced flavor profile, with notes of peat smoke, sea salt, and dark chocolate. The finish is long, warming and smoky. It's considered a good example of the style of whisky produced by the Ardbeg distillery, and it's highly recommended to be enjoyed neat or with a drop of water.
Ardbeg 17 Year Old is considered a rare and highly sought-after expression, it's not regularly available and it may be hard to find, especially in the market. It's limited releases and is highly prized by whisky connoisseurs and collectors.
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About The Brand: Ardbeg
The tiny, secluded Scottish Isle of Islay has been the production site for Ardbeg for more than 200 years. Some people take the twisting road from Port Ellen to Ardbeg. Others heed their instincts, their fate, or the counsel of a trusted friend. Whisky experts have described Ardbeg as 'as near to perfection as makes no difference.' This provides as evidence that Ardbeg genuinely merits its stellar reputation. The whiskey is revered all around the world. Six unique Ardbeg expressions have taken home important awards in the last 10 years, including World Whisky of the Year, Scotch Whisky of the Year, and World's Best Single Malt. The industry's most phenolic malt, soft, clean water from our own water source, together with commitment and enthusiasm Some would argue that the chemistry involved in making Ardbeg is a result of both the production method and the individuals involved. And we concur.