Today, peat is synonymous with Islay. But it was once the signature flavour of virtually all Scotch whiskies, especially those from the Highlands, where the dry peat and inland maturation infused the malt with a deep, rich earthy smoke very different to the salty brine of the islands. While most Highland whiskies are now unpeated or only lightly peated, Ardmore stands as a bold and distinctive monument to the classic Highland style, with caramel and vanilla sweetness mingling with oak and smoke.
Ardmore 25 year old bottled at 51.4% vol.
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