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[9 Feb 2016 | No Comment | ]
Ardmore 1996–Gordon & MacPhail [The wood makes the whisky]

Gordon & MacPhail recently launched their ‘The Wood Makes the Whisky’ campaign, highlighting the importance of this essential element in the whisky maturation process.
for that matter they have selected a special series of whiskies to showcase their philosophy on carefully matching spirit with oak in order to ensure a premium taste.
For over 120 years Gordon & MacPhail has carefully matched …

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[19 Oct 2014 | No Comment | ]
The new Ardmore ‘Legacy’ – Review

The last few weeks saw quite a few new whisky releases, and one from Ardmore (who now calls itself “The Ardmore”) is not something you see everyday. The new “Legacy” is replacing the old “traditional cask” which was also a NAS, but for some reason drops the ABV to 40% and maybe to make it more accessible also drops the …

Ardmore, Headline, Tasting Notes, Wemyss »

[7 Mar 2013 | No Comment | ]
Wemyss Malts “Mellow Mariner” Ardmore 1992

If you remember well, the last batch from Wemyss Malts included 4 expressions 3 of which i have reviewed so far (here, and here) , and with the food (or drink) comes the appetite, and I am very happy to review the last, but certainly not the least: This 20 year old Ardmore single cask. now Ardmore is usually thought …

Ardmore, Featured, Headline, Single Malts Of Scotland, Speyside, Tasting Notes, The Whisky Exchange »

[30 Apr 2012 | No Comment | ]
Single Malts of Scotland (TWE) Ardmore 1992 , 19 yo

When I was visiting London last month, for Whisky Live, I carried home a few samples I got from Billy my good whisky friend (and a great guy and a true whisky lover). one of them was this lovely Ardmore. I did hear good stuff about this one, and having read Stuart’s tasting notes , I had really high hopes …

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[18 Apr 2011 | 4 Comments | ]
Quick Dram: Ardmore Traditional Cask

I’ve been hearing good things about the Ardmore traditional for some time, and been meaning to give it a try. A peated whisky, out of Islay is always interesting, and this young malt should pack enough oomph, right? and i know that Speyside peated malts are really nice…
The Traditional casks is matured in quarter casks which boost maturation, by offering …