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Ardbeg Scotch Corryvreckan Single Malt*Packaging may vary

Ardbeg Scotch Corryvreckan Single Malt

Scotch Whisky /57.1% ABV / Scotland

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Product details

Category
Scotch Whisky
Region
Scotland
ABV
57.1%
Tasting Notes
Bold, Crisp, Smoky, Toasty, Woody

Product description

In 1815, Ardbeg’s founder established our Distillery on the rugged, wild coastal rocks of South Islay. Over 200 years later, we’re still using our unique peat-laden wild water source and wisdom handed down through generations to craft the Ultimate Islay Single Malt Scotch Whisky. Ardbeg Corryvreckan takes its name from the famous whirlpool that lies to the north of Islay, where only the bravest souls dare to venture. Swirling aromas and torrents of deep, peaty, peppery taste lurk beneath the surface of this beautifully balanced dram. Like the whirlpool itself, Corryvreckan is not for the faint-hearted! Awarded The World’s Best Single Malt in 2010 by the World Whiskies Awards

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  • Michael
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    You can't make me write.

  • Chadwick
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    Corryvreckan is basically a barrel-strength Ardbeg 10. It's more kick than the 10, and has sweeter peaty flavour. If you're a fan of the 10, you'll love it; if you want a more Speyside-y taste, get the Uigeadail. 10 was always my choice, until I had Corryvreckan.

FAQs

Yes, whiskey is gluten-free, thanks to the distillation process used to make it. The Celiac Disease Foundation concluded that it can safely be considered gluten-free, though it’s still possible that some people with high gluten sensitivity or celiac disease could have a reaction to whiskeys created from certain grains.
Whiskey can include a large number of different distilled spirits made from fermented grain mash — usually cereal grains like rye, barley malt, wheat and corn. The drink undergoes aging in wooden containers, most often oak.
One of the reasons whiskey is so popular is that there’s no single way to enjoy it. There’s the purist route — straight and neat, no mixers, no ice — but what fun is being a purist? You can add water to it, which can enhance certain bottles’ flavors or you can add it with other ingredients to make delicious mixed drinks. It’s the foundation of the Manhattan, the Old Fashioned, the Whiskey Sour and many others.
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