70cl / 46%
- Islay Single Malt Scotch Whisky
- Distillery Bottling
Please note there is some minor damage to the inside of the boxes, as shown in the photograph.
Ardbeg Kildalton Reviews
Tasting Notes by The Whisky Exchange
Nose: Smoky apricots, sea spray and creamy vanilla with woodsmoke, tar, menthol and fennel.
Palate: Sappy, with coal tar soap, anise peppermint and espresso. Sweet malt and smoke sit underneath.
Finish: Menthol and spice slowly fade, revealing vanilla sweetness.
Tasting notes from the producer
Nose: A beautiful, seductive, exotic bouquet, with hints of smoked apricots in syrup, salt and pepper seasoning and some soft, creamy vanilla. This then leads in to a symphony of smoky and herbal notes, like woodsmoke, tar, menthol and fennel. A little water releases more volatile top notes, like pine resin, vetiver root, coriander, liquorice and a curious soapy note.
Taste: The texture is soft, ‘sappy’, gently coating the tongue. The explosion of firm robust flavours is unquestionably Ardbeg – coal tar soap, aniseed, peppermint, espresso coffee, sweet barley malt and a lingering, aromatic smokiness.
Finish: The lingering finish is both fresh with menthol and spicy, with hints of allspice, clove and bitter almonds, finally revealing a distant vanilla essence sweetness.