This is a very exciting limited edition 22 year old single malt Scotch from Ardbeg. It’s a notable expression because it was distilled in 1996, when Ardbeg was under threat of demolition. It was one o... Read more
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|Name||Ardbeg 22 Year Old - Twenty Something|
|Alcohol Content (ABV)||46.4%|
|Country of Origin||Scotland|
|Created On CasKompare||11-17-2022|
This is a very exciting limited edition 22 year old single malt Scotch from Ardbeg. It’s a notable expression because it was distilled in 1996, when Ardbeg was under threat of demolition. It was one of the last spirits distilled using Ardbeg's old equipment, including the retired still that now stands in the distillery's courtyard. It was matured in ex-bourbon casks to capture the classic Ardbeggian profile (yes, that's a word... Probably...). This bottle was part of a private collection - if you'd like more detailed photos just get in touch!~ Master of Malt
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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.