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Scotch Single Malt A-Z — Ardmore
Ardmore 'Gordon & MacPhail' 1987 / 30 years old 56.9%
At 30 years old, this new Ardmore is the oldest we have had from the distillery, laid down to mature in 1987 in a single refill American oak hogshead cask. The peated spirit of the distillery has been greatly softened by time - green apple and tropical fruit notes are dominant, with a touch of pepper and pink grapefruit, coming around to a hint ...
Ardmore 'Gordon & MacPhail' 1998 / 2018 43%
This release from independent bottlers ?Gordon and MacPhail? is from the Highland distillery Ardmore. Bottled at 43%, this whisky has been maturing in refile sherry hogsheads. The nose has notes of cinnamon and clove. On the palate there are creamy notes of apricot, plum, orange marmalade with dark chocolate. The finish is long with aniseed, cit...
Ardmore 'Gordon and MacPhail' 1996 / 2013 43%
Ardmore Distillery was built in 1898 by Adam Teacher to ensure a good supply of whisky for Teachers blended whisky. A surprisingly smoky highland malt, with chewy malt-chocolate elements, dark stewed fruits combined with a distinctive wood-smoke character. Rich sherry influences with hints of stewed fruits snf charrd oak. The Palate has balck pe...
Ardmore 'Legacy' 40%
Made with 80% peated and 20% unpeated malt, this is an example of the distinctive style of whisky made at the Ardmore distillery. Amongst the peatiest and smokiest whiskies made on the mainland, it carries aromas of creamy toasted oak, caramel and sooty peat smoke which carries onto the palate with malt-cereal flavours, vanilla and spice.