Until 2017 Ardbeg Fans could only buy the 3 standard bottlings. Now, there's a new whisky character of the distillery to discover: An Oa (an:oh) is inspired by the lonely area Islay and is sweeter and more aromatic than his brother TEN.
Ardbeg TEN stands for a very intense, peated Whisky that you can enjoy regularly. Its taste is full and intense like the Isle of Islay itself. While tasting you always have this smoky note lingering over everything. A very nice non chill filtered whisky...
This is the new and strong Three Wood from Auchentoshan. After 10 years of maturing in ex-bourbon-casks and a post-maturing in Oloroso sherry casks for 2 years, this whisky will finish it's maturing in a sweet Pedro Ximenez sherry cask.
The heavily peated Benriach Curiositas shows a thick cloud of smoke. After the smoke is gone you find some smoothness and sweetness that is being replaced by spices. The finish comes with a bit of peat smoke again and a slight bitterness.
The Bowmore Darkest is a vat of the darkest casks the Blenders can find in the warehouses of Bowmore. Most of the whisky experts look at the age of the whisky. The darkest is a very good example that a whisky with a normal age and a very prominent cask...
The 12-year-old offers with his hefty 46.3% vol enough reserves for dilution with some still water. Bunnahabhain comes from Gaelic and means 'estuary', a direct reference to the Margadale River. The bottle is decorated with a sailor. Bunnahabhain was the...
This Malt shimmers clear and whitegold. Tingly fresh aromas of sea salt transit to smoky turf of the island. Without a doubt an Island-Malt, even with the sweetness in the beginning. Pleasant, with a punch.
Connemara Original is one of the very few peated Irish Single Malt Whiskeys. No other Irish Whiskey combines strong peat smoke with sweet fruits and vanilla as harmonious as Connemara. With closed eyes, you would feel transported to the Scottish Islands.
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