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Ardbeg

Ardbeg


About Ardbeg

Ardbeg is proud to be the ultimate Islay malt whisky. Ardbeg Whisky was founded in 1815 and is described, by those who know it well, as the most peaty, smoky and complex Islay whisky. Despite its smokiness, Ardbeg is known for a wonderful sweetness, a phenomenon known as the peat paradox.

Focus on Ardbeg

Renaissance dram

Just over 10 years ago Ardbeg ended a period of start-stop production and thus came back at full steam. As Dominic Roscrow says, it goes from strength to strength.

If you look back at the whisky industry from 2008, what do you remember best?

Is it the stream of distillery openings, the distillery re-openings, distillery sales - or rumors of sales; or the throng of new packagings and excellent new brands, which made 2008 an extraordinarily dynamic year?

The year has been vibrant and very varied, but the distillery that has shaped it for me has undoubtedly been Ardbeg. Through several random and unconnected events, Ardbeg and its parent company, Glenmorangie/LVMH, has dominated my whisky year, and delivered some of the most living memories.

My first winter visit at Ardbeg, and in particular Islay. Under rumbling clouds and whipping horizontal rain, the distillery was cold and quiet, the distillery equipment taken apart for maintenance and The Old Kiln Café was empty. Nothing that could not be cured by a few select tastes and the welcoming smile of the new distiller Michael Heads. Still, it was a sobering experience, in light of the mental image I had of the distillery, filled with laughter and light.

On the other end of the spectrum I have experienced the most enchanting and dramatic Ardbeg; at sunrise on a summer’s day from a sailboat; just as a rising sun sent a golden ray over the croppy sea and our bow plowed through the waves, sending sprays of saltwater afloat through the air which would for an instant obscure the view, before the white walls of the distillery once more rose above the swells.

And then there have been the whiskeys: the wonderful new 10-years, worthy of the praise it has been getting; A Drop of the Committee tap of Corryvreckan, named after the seething maelstroms just outside Islay and an intense, spicy and fruity whisky pearl, shared best with friends; last but not least, Renaissance, the last of the ‘four years - four bottles’-journey, which has shown Ardbegs progression from stormy youth to its full glory.

Finally, there was a surprising call from Bill Lumsden, chief of whisky production and distillation, whom called from Disneyland in Florida during a family holiday. It was regarding the plans to sell Glen Moray, move from Broxburn and spend more money on bottling plants and storage space for Ardbeg and Glenmorangie. Truth be told, I suspect, he called just as much to hear what happened to the All Blacks (The national rugby team of New Zealand, red.), for whom we share a love and whom had just been beaten by South Africa.

How relevant these memories are and how many emotions they may evoke, the important part we must focus on has to do with Ardbeg and Glenmorangies. The decision, on the part of Glenmorangies owners, Louis Vuitton Möet Hennessy(henceforth LVMH), to sell their own brand, to definitively put a price on a whisky distillery and to cut off Glen Moray; is a cold and calculated decision. It may well mark the beginning of the end of the destructive and selfish relationship between the British supermarket sector and their whisky producing collaborators.

For Ardbeg, this may very well symbolize the point where the distillery became independent; A time when it went from being part of a loyal and passionate group of followers to a more populistic celebrity to give Laphroaih-lovers bang for their buck. In football terminology; when it stopped being Aston Villa and started to compete seriously with Manchester United and Chelsea.

The shift of focus to the two highly sought-after malts of Ardbeg, gives the firm the freedom and the means to strive for the better end of the malt market, and to make the brand available to a whole new audience.

Hallelujah. If any distillery ever caught the essence of all that is good about a Scottish distillery, it is the hardy old dog that is Ardbeg; its windswept paths and its walls both of which worn down by winter storms, and lastly in a triple ‘smoky distillery’-sandwich it was made by the authoritative and grand Lagavulin along with the pulsating monster and worldwide success which is Laphroaig.

It is a tiny distillery, the courtyard leads to the Old Kiln Café, which is now famous, complete with changing shop. Old malt barns give the nice buildings a rustic charm, where the walls are still adorned by chalk lines, as old as 60 years, marking ‘dram pauses’, when distillery workers could enjoy a small amount of whisky during their work.

Regarding production of malt, Ardbeg is exactly like the little girl in the song who is very, very sweet, when she is sweet, but when she is not sweet she is terrible. She - and Ardbeg is a she, there can be no doubt - is a complex and cumbersome lady, excellent at throwing tantrums. It is no coincidence that the distillery equipment is taken apart for maintenance during the winter times and since her rebirth, when production was stopped and started multiple times, before it settled into the right capacity; she has been problematic.

It is what makes Ardbeg special. Even now, there is no real explanation as to the unique and special style of whisky that comes from the stills.

Ardbeg works hard to keep up with other distilleries. It produces just over one million liters of raw spirits every year and even through Bill Lumsden says he can press out a bit more, there is not a lot of room to play with in each individual still.

Ardbeg runs a system with 13 mashes one week and 14 the next, which produces between 22.000 to 23.000 liters of raw spirits every week. The malt, which is delivered in 60-ton portions 2-3 times a week, have a ppm of about 55.
The fermentation takes place in six washbacks, each of which can hold up to 23.500 liters and lasts 55 hours, but the finished spirits pronounced complex and sweet character is almost definitely the result of the impressive spirits still; an old Bentley engine of a still which lords over the operation of the distillery, like a grumpy old lion. Ardbegs cut, which is significant, runs more than 4½ hour, more than half of the total, and contains raw spirits, which falls from 74% alcohol to 62,5%. The raw spirits are tapped onto casks at 63,5%. Approximately a fourth of all casks are currently stored at the distillery itself, and this number is expected to rise thanks to the investment of LVMH’s investment.

The finished raw spirit is of course special. There are of course those who will say that Ardbeg is not what it used to be, but those are few. I would say there are few distilleries, which have consistently delivered products of top quality again and again, with barely a mistake in sight.

In the 13 or 14 years since the distillery was patched together, painted and kickstarted back to life it has established itself as a malt whisky of the finest order. This is not just random. Glenmorangie has made great effort to involve loyal Ardbeg-drinkers in the process through Ardbeg Committee, and under the ever-watchful eye of Bill Lumsden, the firm has made sure that the malt is close to its ideal.   
During my last visit at the distillery Micky Heads produced some odd yet fantastic casks: freshly roasted casks, different wine finishes and they were never less than fascinating. But they are probably not of this world, not in their raw form. Lumsden really makes an effort to separate when he does at Glenmorangie and what he does with Ardbeg.

“The nature of the whisky at Ardbeg makes it very different,” he says. “There is not much room to play with regarding the smoke, so we can’t try some of the finishes that we do at Glenmorangie, because it just would not work. That does not mean we do not want to try new things, but they have to fit in with the general nature of Ardbeg”.

It has been a good year for Ardbeg. It has made sweet, sweet memories.

Everything points to there being many more to come.


Owner:                                    Region/district:                                   The Glenmorangie Co Islay
(Moët Hennessy)
Founded:       Status:             Capacity:
1815                Active (vc)       1 150 000 litres
 Address: Port Ellen, Islay, Argyll PA42 7EA
 Tel:                                     website:
01496 302244 (vc)        www.ardbeg.com
 History:
1794 – First record of a distillery at Ardbeg.  It was founded by Alexander Stewart.
 1798 – The MacDougalls, later to become licensees of Ardbeg, are active on the site through Duncan MacDougall.
 1815 – The current distillery is founded by John MacDougall, son of Duncan MacDougall.
 1853 – Alexander MacDougall, John’s son, dies and sisters Margaret and Flora MacDougall, assisted by Colin Hay, continue the running of the distillery. Colin Hay takes over the licence when the sisters die.
 1888 – Colin Elliot Hay and Alexander Wilson Gray Buchanan renew their license.
 1900 – Colin Hay’s son takes over the license.
 1959 – Ardbeg Distillery Ltd is founded.
 1973 – Hiram Walker and Distillers Company Ltd jointly purchase the distillery for £300,000 through Ardbeg Distillery Trust.
 1974 – Widely considered as the last vintage of  ‘old, peaty’ Ardbeg. Malt which has not been produced in the distillery´s own maltings is used in increasingly larger shares after this year.
 1977 – Hiram Walker assumes single control of the distillery. Ardbeg closes its maltings.
 1979 – Kildalton, a less peated malt, is produced over a number of years.
 1981 – The distillery closes in March.
 1987 – Allied Lyons takes over Hiram Walker and thereby Ardbeg.
 1989 – Production is restored. All malt is taken from Port Ellen.
 1996 – The distillery closes in July and Allied Distillers decides to put it up for sale.
 1997 – Glenmorangie plc buys the distillery for £7 million (whereof £5.5 million is for whisky in storage). On stream from 25th June. Ardbeg 17 years old and Provenance are launched
 1998 – A new visitor centre opens.
 2000 – Ardbeg 10 years is introduced. The Ardbeg Committee is launched and has 30 000 members after a few years.
 2001 – Lord of the Isles 25 years and Ardbeg 1977 are launched.
 2002 – Ardbeg Committee Reserve and Ardbeg 1974 are launched.
 2003 – Uigeadail is launched.
 2004 – Very Young Ardbeg (6 years) and a limited edition of Ardbeg Kildalton (1300 bottles) are launched. The latter is an un-peated cask strength from 1980.
 2005 – Serendipity is launched.
 2006 – Ardbeg 1965 and Still Young are launched. Distillery Manager Stuart Thomson leaves Ardbeg after nine years. Almost There (9 years old) and Airigh Nam Beist are released.
  2007 – Ardbeg Mor, a 10 year old in 4.5 litre bottles is released.
 2008 – The new 10 year old, Corryvreckan, Rennaissance, Blasda and Mor II are released.
 2009 – Supernova is released, the peatiest expression from Ardbeg ever.
 2010 – Rollercoaster and Supernova 2010 are released. 
2011 – Ardbeg Alligator is released.



The above timeline is a quote from Malt Whisky Year Book, written by author Ingvar Ronde, we thank you for your inspirational work - Buy the latest copy of the book here!

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Shortly put, Malt Whisky Yearbook 2012 is a fantastic piece of reference, which will tell you everything you need to know about the malt whisky of the world - and more!
  • Ardbeg Warehouse Pack
    Item no.: 22227865466-8413
    Ardbeg 10 Year Old / Warehouse Pack
    70cl / 46%
    Islay Single Malt Scotch Whisky

    Distillery Bottling
    This bottle of the distillery's 10-year-old single malt comes encased in a striking tin, modelled on Ardbeg's iconic warehouse



    • 1pcs.
      61,93EUR
  • Ardbeg Whisky Spirit of Scotland
    Item no.: 22227865438-363-3
    Ardbeg 1991 / 15 Year Old /
    70cl / 54.4%
    Islay Single Malt Scotch Whisky

    The Whisky Fair
    A vintage whisky from Ardbeg aged for 15 years before bottling independent bottler The Whisky Fair . From a Bourbon Hogshead. Only 327 bottles. Distilled: ??/10/1991 Bottled: ??/02/2007

    • 1pcs.
      261,93EUR
  • Ardbeg 17 år 1 Liter Duty Free Single Islay Malt Whisky 43%
    Item no.: B22227865466-860
    Ardbeg 17 Year Old
    70cl / 40%
    Islay Single Malt Scotch Whisky

    Distillery Bottling
    Old version with white danish tax stamp
    • 1pcs.
      482,63EUR
  • Ardbeg 17 år 1 Liter Duty Free Single Islay Malt Whisky 43%
    Item no.: B22227865466-86
    Destilleri: Ardbeg
    Alder: 17 år
    Type: Single Islay Malt Whisky
    Alc. styrke: 43 %
    100 cl.
    Andet: Old version Duty Free


    • 1pcs.
      551,59EUR
  • Ardbeg Whisky Spirit of Scotland
    Item no.: 22227865438-363-4
    Ardbeg 1974 / 26 Year Old / First Bottling
    70cl / 46%
    Islay Single Malt Scotch Whisky

    Silver Seal
    A vintage whisky from Ardbeg aged for 26 years before bottling independent bottler Silver Seal, called "First Bottling of Silver Seal Whisky Company Ltd. Only 264 bottles - this is bottle no. 15. Distilled: ??/05/1974 Bottled: ??/03/2001

    • 1pcs.
      965,38EUR
  • Ardbeg 1975/2002 Old Malt Cask 27 år Single Islay malt whisky 70 cl 50%
    Item no.: 22227865438-8026
    Ardbeg 1975 / 27 Year Old / Old Malt Cask
    70cl / 50%
    Islay Single Malt Scotch Whisky

    Douglas Laing - Old Malt Cask
    A 1975 vintage whisky from Ardbeg aged for 27 years before bottling under the Old Malt Cask ( OMC ) label by independent bottler Douglas Laing. Distilled: 1975 Bottled: 2002 and only 198 bottles. Un-chillfiltered & Natural Colour
    • 1pcs.
      1.241,24EUR
  • Ardbeg 1991/2002 Gordon & MacPhail Connoisseurs Choice 11 år Single Islay malt whisky 70 cl 40%
    Item no.: 22227865438-2091
    Ardbeg 1975 Gordon & MacPhail Connoisseurs Choice
    70cl / 43%
    Single Islay Malt Whisky

    Gordon & MacPhail Connoisseurs Choice
    A 1991 vintage bottling from Ardbeg by Gordon & MacPhail in the series - Connoisseurs Choice
    • 1pcs.
      689,51EUR
  • Ardbeg 1977 Limited Edition 2004 Release Single Islay Malt Whisky 46%
    Item no.: B22227865466-146
    Ardbeg 1977 / Limited Edition
    70cl / 46%
    Islay Single Malt Scotch Whisky

    Distillery Bottling
    An old limited edition bottling of 1977 vintage Ardbeg. This was released in small batches between 2001 and 2004.

    • 855,04
      1pcs.
      689,51EUR
  • Ardbeg 1991/2002 Gordon & MacPhail Connoisseurs Choice 11 år Single Islay malt whisky 70 cl 40%
    Item no.: 22227865438-2092
    Ardbeg 1978 Gordon & MacPhail Connoisseurs Choice
    70cl / 43%
    Single Islay Malt Whisky

    Gordon & MacPhail Connoisseurs Choice
    A 1978 vintage bottling from Ardbeg by Gordon & MacPhail in the series - Connoisseurs Choice
    • 1pcs.
      620,55EUR
  • Ardbeg Whisky Spirit of Scotland
    Item no.: 22227865438-363-5
    Ardbeg 1978 / 22 Year Old / Spirit of Scotland
    70cl / 40%
    Islay Single Malt Scotch Whisky

    Gordon & MacPhail
    A vintage whisky from Ardbeg aged for 22 years before bottling under the Spirit of Scotland label by independent bottler Gordon & MacPhail. Distilled: 1978 Bottled: 2000
    • 1pcs.
      551,59EUR
  • Ardbeg 1990/2001 Gordon & MacPhail Connoisseurs Choice 11 years old Single Islay malt whisky 70 cl 40%
    Item no.: B22227865438-8051
    Ardbeg 1990 Gordon & MacPhail Connoisseurs Choice
    70cl / 40%. No box.


    • 1pcs.
      344,69EUR
  • Ardbeg 1990/2001 Spirit of Scotland 11 year old Single Islay Malt Whisky 58,4%
    Item no.: 22227865438-360
    Ardbeg 1990 / 11 Year Old / Spirit of Scotland
    70cl / 58.4%
    Islay Single Malt Scotch Whisky

    Gordon & MacPhail
    A vintage whisky from Ardbeg aged for 11 years before bottling under the Spirit of Scotland label by independent bottler Gordon & MacPhail.


    • 1pcs.
      455,04EUR
  • Ardbeg Whisky Spirit of Scotland
    Item no.: 22227865438-363-2
    Ardbeg 1990 / 12 Year Old / Spirit of Scotland
    70cl / 57.9%
    Islay Single Malt Scotch Whisky

    Gordon & MacPhail
    A vintage whisky from Ardbeg aged for 12 years before bottling under the Spirit of Scotland label by independent bottler Gordon & MacPhail. From a Refill sherry hogshead Cask #2759. Only 269 bottles. Distilled: 1990 Bottled: 2002

    • 1pcs.
      413,65EUR
  • Ardbeg 1991/2002 Gordon & MacPhail Connoisseurs Choice 11 år Single Islay malt whisky 70 cl 40%
    Item no.: 22227865438-209
    Ardbeg 1991 Gordon & MacPhail Connoisseurs Choice
    70cl / 40%


    • 1pcs.
      344,69EUR
  • Ardbeg Whisky Spirit of Scotland
    Item no.: 22227865438-361
    Ardbeg 1991 / 11 Year Old / Spirit of Scotland
    70cl / 51%
    Islay Single Malt Scotch Whisky

    Gordon & MacPhail
    A vintage whisky from Ardbeg aged for 11 years before bottling under the Spirit of Scotland label by independent bottler Gordon & MacPhail. From Cask # 2018 Distilled: 24/10/1991 Bottled: 20/03/2003


    • 1pcs.
      441,24EUR
  • Douglas Laing Directors Cut
    Item no.: 22227865438-225
    Ardbeg / 23 year old
    70cl / 53,1%
    Single Islay Malt Whisky

    Douglas Laings Directors Cut


    • 1pcs.
      1.020,00EUR
  • Ardbeg 1975/2002 Old Malt Cask 27 år Single Islay malt whisky 70 cl 50%
    Item no.: 22227865438-363-7
    Ardbeg 1993 / 10 Year Old / Old Malt Cask
    70cl / 50%
    Islay Single Malt Scotch Whisky

    Douglas Laing - Old Malt Cask
    A 1993 vintage whisky from Ardbeg aged for 10 years before bottling under the Old Malt Cask ( OMC ) label by independent bottler Douglas Laing. Distilled: 1993 Bottled: 2003 and only 363 bottles - Matured in DL Ref 607. Un-chillfiltered & Natural Colour
    • 1pcs.
      220,55EUR
  • Ardbeg Whisky Spirit of Scotland
    Item no.: 22227865438-369
    Ardbeg 1993 / 10 Year Old / Spirit of Scotland
    70cl / 56,4%
    Islay Single Malt Scotch Whisky

    Gordon & MacPhail
    A vintage whisky from Ardbeg aged for 10 years before bottling under the Spirit of Scotland label by independent bottler Gordon & MacPhail. From Cask # 1081 Distilled: 1993 Bottled: 28/08/2003


    • 1pcs.
      413,65EUR
  • Ardbeg Whisky Spirit of Scotland
    Item no.: 22227865438-362
    Ardbeg 1996 / 8 Year Old / Spirit of Scotland
    70cl / 50.2%
    Islay Single Malt Scotch Whisky

    Gordon & MacPhail
    A vintage whisky from Ardbeg aged for 8 years before bottling under the Spirit of Scotland label by independent bottler Gordon & MacPhail. From Cask # 896 Distilled: 1996 Bottled: 05/11/2004


    • 1pcs.
      399,86EUR
  • Ardbeg Whisky Spirit of Scotland
    Item no.: 22227865438-363
    Ardbeg 1996 / 9 Year Old / Spirit of Scotland
    70cl / 53,0%
    Islay Single Malt Scotch Whisky

    Gordon & MacPhail
    A vintage whisky from Ardbeg aged for 9 years before bottling under the Spirit of Scotland label by independent bottler Gordon & MacPhail. From Cask # 934 Distilled: 1996 Bottled: 13/05/2005


    • 1pcs.
      413,65EUR
  • Ardbeg Whisky Spirit of Scotland
    Item no.: 22227865438-363-
    Ardbeg 1996 / 9 Year Old / Spirit of Scotland
    70cl / 54.8%
    Islay Single Malt Scotch Whisky

    Gordon & MacPhail
    A vintage whisky from Ardbeg aged for 9 years before bottling under the Spirit of Scotland label by independent bottler Gordon & MacPhail. From Bourbon Cask # 902. Exclusive Bottling for Japan Import System - only 229 bottles. Distilled: 1996 Bottled: 5/09/2005

    • 1pcs.
      413,65EUR
  • Ardbeg Whisky Spirit of Scotland
    Item no.: 22227865438-363-1
    Ardbeg 1996 / 9 Year Old / Spirit of Scotland
    70cl / 53.3%
    Islay Single Malt Scotch Whisky

    Gordon & MacPhail
    A vintage whisky from Ardbeg aged for 9 years before bottling under the Spirit of Scotland label by independent bottler Gordon & MacPhail. From Bourbon Cask # 928. Exclusive Bottling for Potstill.org Vienna - only 240 bottles. Distilled: 1996 Bottled: 1/09/2005

    • 1pcs.
      413,65EUR
  • Ardbeg Whisky Spirit of Scotland
    Item no.: 22227865438-388
    Ardbeg 1996 / 9 Year Old / Spirit of Scotland
    70cl / 49.1%
    Islay Single Malt Scotch Whisky

    Gordon & MacPhail
    A vintage whisky from Ardbeg aged for 9 years before bottling under the Spirit of Scotland label by independent bottler Gordon & MacPhail. From Cask # 923 Distilled: 1996 Bottled: 26/10/2005 For Juuls vinhandel

    • 1pcs.
      482,63EUR
  • Ardbeg 1999/2009 Chieftains 10 year old Ian MacLeod Distillers Single Islay Malt Whisky 54,8%
    Item no.: 22227865438-117
    Ardbeg 1999 / 10 Year Old / Ian MacLeod Distillers / Chieftains Limited Edition
    70cl / 54.8%
    Islay Single Malt Scotch Whisky

    Ian MacLeod Distillers - Cheiftains Limited Edition


    • 1pcs.
      358,49EUR
  • Ardbeg Whisky Spirit of Scotland
    Item no.: 22227865438-363-6
    Ardbeg 2000 / 7 Year Old / Daily Dram & The Whisky Fair
    70cl / 62.6%
    Islay Single Malt Scotch Whisky

    Daily Dram & The Whisky Fair - Bresser & Timmer and The Nectar.
    A vintage whisky from Ardbeg aged for 7 years before bottling under the Daily Dram label by independent bottler Daily Dram & The Whisky Fair - Bresser & Timmer and The Nectar. Distilled: 2000 Bottled: 2007 and matured in a Refill Sherry Butt
    • 1pcs.
      248,14EUR
  • Ardbeg Whisky Spirit of Scotland
    Item no.: 22227865438-8840
    Ardbeg 2004 / 14 Year Old / Adelphi
    70cl / 60,7%
    Islay Single Malt Scotch Whisky
    • 1pcs.
      524,00EUR
  • Ardbeg 21 year old Committee Release Single Islay Malt Whisky 46%
    Item no.: B22227865466-148
    Ardbeg 21 year old / Committee Release
    70cl / 46%
    Islay Single Malt Scotch Whisky

    Distillery Bottling
    Very few bottle, sold out everywhere



    • 1pcs.
      689,51EUR
  • Caol Ila 2009/2017 Old Malt Cask 7 Years Old Single Malt Islay Whisky 50%
    Item no.: 22227865449-10161
    Ardbeg 24 Year Old / Old Malt Cask
    5cl / 50%
    Islay Single Malt Scotch Whisky

    Old Malt Cask
    • 1pcs.
      55,04EUR
  • Ardbeg 9 år Miniature 5 cl Murray McDavid Single Malt Islay Whisky 46%
    Item no.: 22227865449-10162
    Ardbeg 9 Year Old / Murray McDavid
    5cl / 46%
    Islay Single Malt Scotch Whisky

    Murray McDavid
    Bourbon Cask
    • 1pcs.
      13,65EUR
  • Ardbeg OA Whisky
    Item no.: 22227865466-8002
    Ardbeg An Oa
    70cl / 46%
    Islay Single Malt Scotch Whisky

    Distillery Bottling
    New bottling from 2017 - An Oa is a combination of Pedro-Ximenez sherry casks and bourbon barrels. Married in a French-oak marrying vat, this is rounded and smoky with notes of toffee, banana and aniseed.




    • 1pcs.
      75,73EUR
  • Ardbeg Ardbog 2013 Single Islay Malt Whisky 52,1%
    Item no.: 22227865466-36
    Ardbeg Ardbog / Release 2013
    70cl / 52.1%
    Islay Single Malt Scotch Whisky

    Distillery Bottling

    On 1st June 2013 it is finally time for Ardbog day (formally known as Ardbeg day). And for this occasion we launch a brand new extraordinary whisky, carrying the name Ardbog. Ardbog Day will be celebrated at all our consulates and especially at Ardbeg Embassy in Gamla stan in Stockholm.
    Attend Ardbog Day at Ardbeg Embassy



    lslay is a bog

    When you fly in over Islay it all looks like a big bog of peat. And that is exactly what it is. That is also the reason why we call our new bottle Ardbog.

    A salty burst of flavours

    Ardbog gives of an aroma of many different flavours, from pecan nuts and salty toffee to leather and lavender. When tasting you will experience the powerful and salty burst of flavours like cashew, green olives and a hint of anchovy, followed by a long aftertaste of Ardbeg’s classic sweetness kept in check by oak tannins and coffee grounds. If you add some water you will discover perfumed notes of smoked rhubarb and aged balsamic vinegar.

    • 1pcs.
      261,93EUR
  • Ardbeg Blasda 8 ppm Single Islay Malt Whisky 70 cl 40%
    Item no.: 22227865466-9
    Ardbeg Blasda
    70cl / 40%
    Islay Single Malt Scotch Whisky

    Distillery Bottling
    Bottled: 05.11.2009
    We all know Ardbeg packs a peaty punch, but if you remove some of that peat, can Ardbeg still retain its perfect balance? The mind bog-gling answer is "yes"! By taming our usual mighty peating levels we created Blasda, peated to an average of just 8 parts per million phenol (8ppm) compared to the more usual 24ppm. Blasda is still perfectly balanced, but light, sweet and delicious.

    • 1pcs.
      220,55EUR
  • Ardbeg Committee Reserve Single Islay Malt Whisky 55,3%
    Item no.: 22227865466-44-
    Ardbeg Committee Reserve
    70cl / 55.3%
    Islay Single Malt Scotch Whisky

    Distillery Bottling
    Ardbeg Committee Reserve without back label, made from vintage casks from 1974 to 1999. Bottled: 17.12.2002 and only 3000 bottles
    • 1pcs.
      1.103,31EUR
  • Ardbeg Corryvreckan Committee Release Single Islay Malt whisky 57,1%
    Item no.: B22227865466-21
    Ardbeg Corryvreckan Committee Release
    70cl / 57.1%
    Islay Single Malt Scotch Whisky

    Distillery Bottling
    • 1pcs.
      689,51EUR
  • Ardbeg Corryvreckan Single Islay Malt whisky 57,1%
    Item no.: 22227865466-21
    Ardbeg Corryvreckan
    70cl / 57.1%
    Islay Single Malt Scotch Whisky

    Distillery Bottling


    • 1pcs.
      108,83EUR
  • Ardbeg Corryvreckan Single Islay Malt whisky 57,1%
    Item no.: 22227865466-21-
    Ardbeg Corryvreckan
    70cl / 57.1%
    Islay Single Malt Scotch Whisky

    Distillery Bottling


    • 1pcs.
      165,38EUR
  • Ardbeg DAY Single Islay Malt Whisky 56,7%
    Item no.: B22227865466-35
    Destilleri: Ardbeg DAY
    Alder: NA
    Type: Single Islay Malt Whisky
    Alc. styrke: 56,7 %
    70 cl.
    Andet:

    • 1pcs.
      551,59EUR
  • Ardbeg Galileo 1999/2012 Single Islay Malt Whisky 49%
    Item no.: 22227865466-19
    Ardbeg 1999 Galileo / 12 Year Old
    70cl / 49%
    Islay Single Malt Scotch Whisky

    Distillery Bottling
    Ardbeg Galileo was maturation in casks that previously held Marsala wine, imparting sweet tropical fruit flavours to the peat.
    • 1pcs.
      275,73EUR
  • Ardbeg Grooves Whisky
    Item no.: 22227865466-9000
    Ardbeg Grooves / Limited Edition
    70cl / 46%
    Islay Single Malt Scotch Whisky

    Distillery Bottling


    Ardbeg Grooves – It’s just good vibes…and good whisky, man..

    • 1pcs.
      261,93EUR
  • Ardbeg Kelpie Single Islay Malt Whisky 46%
    Item no.: 22227865466-502
    Ardbeg Kelpie
    70cl / 46%
    Islay Single Malt Scotch Whisky

    Distillery Bottling




    • 1pcs.
      206,76EUR
  • Ardbeg Kildalton 2014 Single Islay Malt Whisky 46%
    Item no.: 22227865466-117
    Ardbeg Kildalton 2014
    70cl / 46%
    Islay Single Malt Scotch Whisky

    Distillery Bottling


    • 1pcs.
      524,00EUR
  • Ardbeg Lord of the Isles Single Islay Malt Whisky 46%
    Item no.: 22227865466-122
    Ardbeg Lord of the Isles / 25 year old
    70cl / 46%
    Islay Single Malt Scotch Whisky

    Distillery Bottling



    • 1pcs.
      2.068,83EUR
  • Ardbeg Distillery
    Item no.: 22227865466-20
    Ardbeg 10 Year Old 'MOR' / Full Proof
    450cl / 57.3%
    Islay Single Malt Scotch Whisky

    Distillery Bottling
    A massive 4.5 litre bottle of cask strength 10 year old Ardbeg, bottled as 'MOR' (this was the original MOR bottling). this is bottle no. 617 of only 1000 made for Feis Ile
    • 1pcs.
      2.068,83EUR
  • Ardbeg Perpetuum Distillery Release Limited Edition Single Islay Malt Whisky 49,2%
    Item no.: 22227865466-125
    Ardbeg Perpetuum Distillery Release / Limited Edition
    70cl / 49.2%
    Islay Single Malt Scotch Whisky

    Distillery Bottling



    • 1pcs.
      551,59EUR
  • Ardbeg Perpetuum Limited Edition Single Islay Malt Whisky 47,4%
    Item no.: 22227865466-124
    Ardbeg Perpetuum / Limited Edition
    70cl / 47.4%
    Islay Single Malt Scotch Whisky

    Distillery Bottling



    • 1pcs.
      248,14EUR
  • Ardbeg Rollercoaster Committee Single Islay Malt Whisky 57,3%
    Item no.: 22227865466-roller
    Ardbeg Rollercoaster Committee Edition
    70cl / 57.3%
    Islay Single Malt Scotch Whisky

    Distillery Bottling
    This is part of the Ardbeg Tenth Anniversary Committee Bottlings. 12000 bottles made and a mix of Ardbeg casks from 1997 to 2006.
    • 1pcs.
      482,63EUR
  • Ardbeg Skilt 170 cm x 35 cm høj (50 cm på det bredeste sted)
    Item no.: 22227865466-37
    Destilleri: Ardbeg SKILT - 170 cm lang x 35 cm (50 cm på det bredeste sted)

    Andet: SKAL AFHENTES - kom og se det i butikken

    • 1pcs.
      275,73EUR
  • Ardbeg Supernova 2008 First Edition Advance Committee Release Single Islay Malt Whisky 58,9%
    Item no.: B22227865466-34
    Ardbeg Supernova Advance Committee Release 2008
    70cl / 58.9%
    Islay Single Malt Scotch Whisky


    The most heavily peated Ardbeg ever released. In our humble opinion, this is the best of the heavily peated whiskies available today. Top tip - this whisky makes a lot more sense if you 'build up' to it with several other Ardbegs first.

    The "Stellar" Release of Supernova was launched around April 15th, 2009
    • 1pcs.
      689,51EUR
  • Ardbeg Supernova SN 2014 Committee Release Single Islay Malt Whisky 55%
    Item no.: B22227865466-44
    Ardbeg Supernova SN 2014
    70cl / 55%
    Islay Single Malt Scotch Whisky



    • 1pcs.
      524,00EUR
  • Ardbeg Supernova SN 2015 Committee Release Single Islay Malt Whisky 54,3%
    Item no.: B22227865466-45
    Ardbeg Supernova SN 2015
    70cl / 54.3%
    Islay Single Malt Scotch Whisky



    • 1pcs.
      509,65EUR
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