Ardbeg 10 Year Old + Uigeadail Mini Pack

75cl / 46%
  • Islay Single Malt Scotch Whisky
  • Distillery Bottling
Ardbeg 10 Year Old + Uigeadail Mini Pack
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A great gift pack from Ardbeg, bringing together their best-selling 10 year old whisky with a mini of the fan favourite Uigeadail, a mix of both bourbon and sherry casks much loved by most peat heads.

Distillery Bottling
10 Year Old

Ardbeg 10 Year Old + Uigeadail Mini Pack Reviews

5 Customer Reviews

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  • 5
    15 March 2018

    The Ardbeg 10 is surprisingly pale in colour but don’t be fooled as there is nothing bland about it. I added a splash of water, raised it to my nose, inhaled and took a sip. This whisky instantly transported me to the Scottish glens, offering a soft, peaty, smoky mouthful, with a lingering aftertaste. There are no harsh edges in this whisky. Sadly, my husband, who is not usually a whisky drinker, has discovered it so the bottle will not last long. I have not yet tried the miniature but the tin would make a great gift for a whisky lover.

  • 5
    27 December 2017

    Received Ardbeg Uigeadail mini pack as gift. When I saw "Islay" I knew we may be in for a very peaty whisky. I prefer the less peaty single malts...but, wife and I were so surprised at the gentle peat taste weaved among a range of lively flavors...and liked so much, we had another dram to be sure of our delight. Going forward into 2018, we will have our eyes open with respect for a replacement Ardbeg bottle at local liquors store. [Have not yet tried the Uigeadail sampler]

  • 5
    25 December 2017

    Great Smokey finish. One of the best islay single malt scotch I've had!

  • 5
    5 January 2017

    Superb product and very fast delivery

  • 4
    23 June 2014

    A delicious golden, peaty whisky which in my humble opinion is best taken with a smidgeon of water which enhances its sweet and spicy flavours. Brings to mind my stay at a village in the Peak District on a crisp November evening, the smell of woodsmoke lingering heavily in the air.