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    Any members tried the ardbeg single malt what's your thoughts on it .

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    Originally posted by TonyN View Post
    Any members tried the ardbeg single malt what's your thoughts on it .
    Which one Tony? There are countless iterations of it, my favourite being Uigeadail. If you like peat along the lines of Laphroaig then you?ll be in for a real treat.

    The standard 10 year is good too, certainly packs a smokey, medicinal, slightly sweet punch!


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    • #3
      Originally posted by TonyN View Post
      Any members tried the ardbeg single malt what's your thoughts on it .
      I have. It's very peaty, a bit too much for my palate, but if you're in to your Islay malts then you may well enjoy this.

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      • #4
        Seen it in my local super market comes in a black box and has 10 year old that's the only ardbeg they have in the store.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by TonyN View Post
          Seen it in my local super market comes in a black box and has 10 year old that's the only ardbeg they have in the store.
          I?d say start with the 10, especially if it?s readily available. It?s a great benchmark and you will be able to appreciate the rest of the range more having tried it.


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          • #6
            Would you say Laphroaig is the same or not as nice haven't tried either of the 4 .

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            • #7
              Originally posted by TonyN View Post
              Would you say Laphroaig is the same or not as nice haven't tried either of the 4 .
              They?re very different IMO, but if you like one, you?ll probably like the other. Laphroaig is more savoury than Ardbeg.


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              • #8
                That's K444HEP for getting back to my questions

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                • #9
                  It wouldn't be a first choice for me. Too peaty and medicinal. A bit like TCP.

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                  • #10
                    Hey Tony, I have to agree with K444HEP...... if you can, for an extra few quid, go for the Uigeadail instead of the 10yr old standard bottling! Saying that, Laphroig is hard to beat and is normally on offer in Tesco and Asda for around half the price of Ardbeg...... at least it is here in Belfast.....

                    Alex

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by mcdee View Post
                      It wouldn't be a first choice for me. Too peaty and medicinal. A bit like TCP.
                      I concur!

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by mcdee View Post
                        It wouldn't be a first choice for me. Too peaty and medicinal. A bit like TCP.
                        I love a strong peaty smokey whisky....

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                        • #13
                          Noticed tonight they also had belvenie on offer spoilt for choice ��

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                          • #14
                            Ardbeg 10 is a great whisky, maybe not the best to approach the world of peated malts due to its aggressive character. The above mentioned Laphroig 10 is definitely easier to start with.

                            On the nose the peat and iodine are dominant, some vanilla notes here and there but peat, peat and again peat.I like to have some other whisky before jumping into strongly peated malts like Ardbeg, Laphroig or Octomore - one of my best picks to 'calibrate my palate' is the black label.

                            Very robust&gentle on the mouth, typical to Islay malt, very smoky and sweet. I find some citric notes and vanilla in the background - the finish is long-lasting.

                            If you aren't into smokey whiskys I'd suggest starting with a Caol Ila 12 or Laphroig 10

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                            • #15
                              Lagavulin 16 is a nice Islay whisky.

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