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Its name comes from Scottish Gaelic, and is composed of a word that means "dark and mysterious place"; that is precisely what the distillery achieves with this exquisite bottling. Whiskey expert Jim Murray highlighted Ardbeg as a complex liquor, with a level of quality that few companies could achieve, and it has also been chosen as the best whiskey in the world for several consecutive years. In this liquor, smokey and deep flavors are mixed with the essence of barrels which were previously used to store Jerez: that's why it is considered close to perfection, and has positioned itself as one of the favorites among connoisseurs of the subject.
Description of Ardbeg Uigeadail
- View: This tape is a nice dark golden color.
- Nose: The initial aroma is citrus, lemon yellow that becomes grapefruit and develop deeper fragrances, moist soil, peat, leather, green wood and nuts, and finally get additional flowery notes and sweet honey sauce candy.
- Palate: The attack is very powerful texture, almost heavy, and then slowly flavors develop, and is an explosion of different notes, but balanced. Smoky and spicy lead the way, along with caramel and candied orange, honey and iodine The finish is endless smoke and empireumático, keys coffee.
AGE: at least 10 years.
PRODUCER: For over 200 years the whiskey distillery Ardbeg we offer high quality, specially designed for the characteristic taste of Islay.
PRODUCTION DETAILS: Islay whiskeys characteristic, the Ardbeg Uigeadail is still personified expression, especially for its power and peaty flavor. Uigeadail means "dark and mysterious place" in Gaelic, but this is also the name of the source that feeds the distillery. And certainly, this film bears his name, and has also been elected in 2009 best whiskey in the world. An experience not to be missed for fans.
To feel the true spirit of Ardbeg, visit the Distillery. Stand on the grassy mound that rises between the buildings and the sea. The sight of the pagoda roofs crowning white-washed walls before you; the sound of waves surging onto the rocks behind you; the smell of malt and seaspray all around you.More about the Producer