Ardbeg 17 Year Old70cl / 40%
- Islay Single Malt Scotch Whisky
- Distillery Bottling
- In Stock
- Next-day delivery available
- Maximum 1 per customer
A tad less peaty than early bottlings, the classic Ardbeg 17yo is still a great whisky, but is sadly becoming very thin on the ground as demand increases and supply runs low - it's now a good few years since owners Glenmorangie discontinued it. The first bottling of this sparked the revival of Ardbeg's fortunes after the takeover by Glenmorangie.
Please note, there is some minor damage to the boxes.
Ardbeg 17 Year Old Reviews
18 Customer Reviews
was lucky to get a bottle on my trip to islay for 50£ ten years ago, there was no bottles left in sweden, it´s long gone, but my memories of this wonderful whisky will never fade
it was my personal favorite.Every month i bought one and drank it. could have been rich;-)
All I've had is a miniature I got at the distillery a few years ago, but the impression it made was anything but diminutive. Remains my favourite dram.
I have been fortunate to have owned and drunk two bottles of this some years ago and it remains to this day my favourite dram by some margin. Absolutely superb balance; take all the best parts of the Isly malts and this is it! Can't justify the £300 now but if you have one just enjoy!
Just retrieved a bottle of this from our loft, my father gives a bottle of Whiskey away every year to someone that helps him out. When he worked 12 odd years ago he would always come home with a few different bottles from Reps, glad now he never told them he didn't drink. As it looked a bit different from the normal bottles, I stopped him giving it away till I checked the price, thank god I did? How do I go about selling a boxed 17yr old?
Got 1 in Toronto Canada some 7 years ago: wow, how things have changed. will save for a while longer. Toronto Tim.
This is an amazing dram, me and my friend polished off a bottle this year when we visited Arran. looking to buy another bottle, its a bit pricier than when I first got a bottle for £17 about six years ago. Beautiful dram!!
My husband left his unopened boxed bottle behind when he ran off with his girlfriend.....5 years ago - very nice to see the price rising from £40.....means he will actually "pay his way" at some point in the future.......tee hee........
Ah THE classic 'drinking' Ardbeg! Used to buy it frequently when it was ?30-?35 quid. Nearly as good as the fabled 1974. Fond memories of mountain days and bothy nights with this dram. Sadly missed. Uigeadail is good too though.
got the 17yr old for wedding present,9years ago,found it on the shelf, wiped the dust off, not opened though. used to live around the corner from ardbeg,just been pricing it up, good news.