Ardmore Scotch whisky is mainly used for blending, especially in Teacher’s Highland Cream, however the few that make it into independent bottlings can be real crackers!
One of the unusual heavily peated Speyside malt whiskies, it would be more at home on one of the west coast islands or even Islay.
Ardmore Whisky Tasting Notes
Nose : Creamy, oily, gently peaty, smokey.
Palate : Firm smooth body, creamy mouth-coating quality, oily
with peat and smoke.
Finish : Malty, smokey.
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