Ardbeg 10

Ardbeg 10

The first scotch I ever really, truly enjoyed was a peated Scotch. This is not a review of that scotch, this is just a tribute. Or rather this is a review of the Scotch that took its place as my favourite for a short time: Today I will be reviewing Ardbeg 10. It has since been dethroned by it’s successor, the great Oog, which you can check out here[1] , however I still love the 10.

Warning: If you never wondered what a campfire would taste like if you could swallow it whole, then you may not enjoy this Scotch.

Price: $99.95 (CAD) for a 750/700ml, however I picked up this 50ml sample in Scotland for £4

Abv: 46%

Region: Islay

Colour: Pale apple juice. No colouring here (from what I can tell)

Nose: Bacon, sea salt, violets, jerky, peat, peanuts, fresh cut crass, fire, almond extract, sour…

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