Ardbeg Uigeadail (pronounced Oog-adal) takes its name from the brooding, mysterious loch which provides the peat-laden water for Ardbeg. It is a special vatting of the 1993 Ardbeg matured in bourbon barrels and many older sherry casks. The older casks bring luscious, sweet, raisiny tones to the unique Ardbeg taste.
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- SUMMARY - Review by whisky apprentice - Newlyn, Cornwall
Nose;- Barbecued wood smoke, smoked bacon, antiseptic cream, musty old closet.
Palate;- Huge, hot, peat - sweet combination, root extract, liquorice sticks.
Finish;- peat smoke, rich, rooty.
Awesome! A heavy weight dram, not for the faint hearted. (Posted on 20/04/2011)