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Ardbeg Scotch Uigeadail*Packaging may vary

Ardbeg Scotch Uigeadail

Scotch Whisky /54.2% ABV / Scotland




Product Details

Category
Scotch Whisky
Region
Scotland
ABV
54.2%
Liquor Flavor
Banana, Cinnamon
Tasting Notes
Bold, 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. Matured in ex-bourbon American Oak and ex-Oloroso Sherry casks, Uigeadail - pronounced ‘Ooga-dal’ – is Gaelic for ‘dark and mysterious place’, named after the Ardbeg’s water source, Loch Uigeadail. International Wine and Spirits Competition 2015: Gold Outstanding medal & trophy San Francisco World Spirits Competition 2015: Gold medal Jim Murray Whisky Bible 2016: 97.5/100 Jim Murray Whisky Bible: 2009 World Whisky of the Year

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  • ShawnMay 22 2021

    “We’ve done it boys!” We found the peaty scotch that has BACON ? despite many tasting notes from others apparently didn’t get that? if the legends are true - there is a whiskey out there that’s even MORE BACONY & Charred Pork Belly loveliness! Is it Octomore?! Am I that much of a peat head that its time to ascend? Coal Ila 12 actually scared me away from Islay but loved the initial Peaty tingle massage of the throat (shame it isn’t a effect that lasts; seems to disappear) But by the end of the bottle, didn’t want another bottle, but I RESPECTED Coal Ila 12 & my top 3 ATM includes Oban 14 Single Malt highlands super coastal and peaty heaven) after having Talisker 10 & bought Bunnahabhain 12 Islay A/B comparison adding a drop of water I was astonished Talisker 10 was more intense & aggressive. Arbeg 10 was too tame surprisingly the THIS my gid I hope theres more bacon whiskeys that don’t turn cheese (hate cheese since birth) question being with no flavor reference for any cheeses…..Would I even notice? Also wondering if I went back to Caol Ila 12 now… would-I like it? So many questions… ahaha (also Balcones heritage, Amrut Fushion, Irish Peat Teeling Blackoits a fav)

  • Solomon L.
    Verified Buyer
    Dec 30 2020
    Verified Buyer

    Always a great choice.

  • Thomas
    Verified Buyer
    May 22 2020
    Verified Buyer

    If you don't like peaty whiskey, stay a mile away. I love peat, and this is one of my favorites. This one also has body and complexity. I am not an expert and don't know the jargon, but I do like Uigeadail.

  • Jason
    Verified Buyer
    Jan 18 2020
    Verified Buyer

    The best adult beverage iv ever had

  • Harrison
    Verified Buyer
    Jul 12 2019
    Verified Buyer

    I bought this bottle for my son for his birthday. He likes the 'peatier' Scotches and hasn't had this version before. I believe it was/is a 'hit'.

  • Mark
    Verified Buyer
    Sep 12 2018
    Verified Buyer

    Nice flavor, also you don't need as much since it is 54%. I usually drink Johnny Walker Black or once in awhile Blue, but starting to like these more flavorful Scotches.

  • Jonathan
    Verified Buyer
    Aug 6 2018
    Verified Buyer

    Love this scotch. It's my go-to when I'm looking for peat scotch.

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.