54.2% ABV
not chill filtered
3.3
Ardbeg Uigeadail (pronounced Oog-a-dal), takes its name from the brooding mysterious loch which provides the peat-laden water for Ardbeg. This is a special vatting of different styles of Ardbeg, marrying together its traditional deep, smoky notes with the luscious, sweet, raisiny tones of old ex-Sherry casks.

Dram's Checkins

James Titcumb
3.0
Sweet and peat. Balanced smoke which doesn't overpower.
James Titcumb
3.0
Sweet but balanced smokey. Not overpowering. Salty finish, a little Szechuan pepper.
4.0
Wonderful grassy notes hidden behind the deep smoke. Wonderful whisky, though I miss the heavier peat of it's less expensive cousin.
James Titcumb
3.0
Caramel on the nose, with a deep peat background. Smooth, very warming, medium/strong peat, with a slight touch of lingering spice.
Derick Rethans
3.5
Nice peaty whisky, but also a little creamy. It has sweet sherry notes and a moderately long finish of spice, and ash.
Morag Rethans
3.5
Distinctive peaty islay notes, and a long finish.
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Derick Rethans
3.5
Nice peaty whisky, but also a little creamy. It has sweet sherry notes and a moderately long finish of spice, and ash.
Derick Rethans
3.5
Full on chewy peat, but also with some honey and sherry notes. Lots of caramel, smoke and ashes on the long finish. It's a cask strength whisky.

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