Ardbeg Uigeadail70cl / 54.2%
- Islay Single Malt Scotch Whisky
- Distillery Bottling
- In Stock
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A fine drop of Ardbeg bottled at cask strength. A marriage of Ardbeg from bourbon barrel and sherry butt which gives a sweet and smoky finish to this malt. Uigeadail is the loch from which all Ardbeg water flows. An absolutely stunning whisky, and following the demise of Airigh nam Beist, this probably represents the best value in the core range.
- Fruit Cake
Ardbeg Uigeadail Reviews
Producer's Tasting Notes
Nose: The undiluted nose is deep and rounded – chocolate caramels and barley sugar combine with dates, raisins and smooth sherry notes. Later, you find leather and linseed oil.
With water the sweetness gives way to malted honeycomb, with flowering currants emerging through the smoky sweetness of a well-fired fruit pudding.
Taste: Sweet, chewy and oily with a silky mouthfeel. The flavour is initially sweet, revealing fruit cake and treacle. This is followed by barbecued or honey roast food with the slightest hint of olives.
Finish: Again long, both sweet and dry with honey, treacle and a trace of lint.
51 Customer Reviews
An absolute blinder from Ardbeg, tried this in Edinburgh. Agree totally with producers tasting notes but, I found adding water removed a lot of the flavour, this is one to add to my cabinet for sure
Love it. After a visit to Scottland with whisky tasting this really is my favourite.
10 out of 10. A favourite whisky. I love its dirty salty sweetness.
A very complex Islay offering that fills the nose and challenges the palate. Well done Ardbeg!
Excellent scotch. Very well balanced and amazingly smooth for such a high alcohol content product.
I''ve tried many whisky like Lagavulin, Laphroaig, Bowmore, Benriach, Talisker. This one is just perfect. You must try it.
This is my favourite whisky ever tried it in Edinburgh and then I bought a bottle from the whisky exchange 5 stars
I have tried Lagavulin and laphroaig they were a stronger smokey taste, however this Ardbeg nectar is to me the best dram i have ever tried to date its opened up with a little cold water to give the most amasing taste.
My favourite Islay whisky so far. Similar in smokiness to the ardbeg 10, but slightly sweeter and more complex. Fantastic whisky!
I'm a big fan of Lagavulin and Bruichladdich Port Charlotte, but I guess I just have a differing palatte from everyone else. I was not a fan of this, and I usually like peaty whiskeys. I haven't tried the Corryvracken yet, but Uigeadail just didn't float my boat.