The Ardbed distillery on a nice day

Visit the Ardbeg distillery at the south end of the Isle of Islay.

 
The Sign in front of the Altmore distillery

See the Aultmore distillery that produces for Dewars.

 
The Allt-a-Bhainne pot stills

See the young Allt-a-Bhainne distillery from the Speyside.

 
The Aberfeldy dunnages in a wide angle photo

See the Aberfeldy distillery next to the River Tay.

 
The white buildings of the Auchroisk distillery.

See the Auchroisk distillery. It supplies for J&B Whisky.

 
The Auchentoshan distillery with the barrels in front of the building with the kiln

Visit Auchentoshan distillery at the border to the Highlands.

 
The Aberlour pot stilles

See the Aberlour distillery with its pear shaped pot stills.

 
A wide photo of the Ardmore dunnages

See Ardmore with its 5.2 million liters output each year.

 
A wide shot of of the Arran distillery

Visit the famous Isle of Arran. A very remote distillery.

 
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Taste: :darkchocolate: :oak:

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Comment: Closest to Edition 3 from The Macallan's previous offerings in this range, if a comparison must be made. But this whisky is distinctive. It also leans a bit toward the Triple Cask series, given the more rounded - but still clearly identifiable - scents presented.

The oak that shows up at the back end of the finish is quite enjoyable. Again, distinctive. It is a little charred, yet manages not to become exceptionally bitter. There is not a great deal more in the finish, but the unique oak and otherwise earthy tones are enough to maintain this whisky's quality through to the end.
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