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Ardbeg Uigeadail derives from the Scotch Gaelic for ‘Dark and Mysterious Place’ , and is named for the Loch from whence Ardbeg draws its waters. Jim Murray’s 2009 World Whisky of the Year, this cask-strength bottle exudes breathtaking balance despite kicking in at 54.2%.
Nose: Multifaceted, notes of peat and little flourishes of dark sugar, freshly ground espresso beans, cereal notes and a most sophisticated tar.
Palate: Led by sweet, ripe fruit and black forest honey. A good helping of malt. The throne then usurped by a powerful peat and smoked barley.
Finish: Very long, caramel and malt weave their way through peat smoke and dark sugar and just a hint of fresh espresso coffee before it finally peters out.
Overall: Such deft balance! How wonderful to sample Ardbeg so beautifully complimented by sherry.
Awards for Ardbeg Uigeadail
- Gold – Liquid Gold Award – 2014 – Jim Murray’s Whisky Bible
- Winner – World Whisky of the Year – 2009 – Jim Murray’s Whisky Bible
- Gold – Scotch Single Malt – Islay – 2014 – IWSC
- Silver – Islay Single Malt No Age Statement – 2014 – World Whiskies Awards
- Gold – Islay up to 12 years old – 2013 – The Scotch Whisky Masters (The Spirits Business)
- Gold – Single Malt Scotch – to 12 Yrs – 2013 – San Francisco World Spirits Competition
- Silver Outstanding – Scotch Single Malt – Islay – 2017 – IWSC
- Silver Outstanding – Scotch Single Malt – Islay – 2013 – IWSC