Had it on a tasting with the Norwegian importer a few weeks ago.
It's not coming to Norway until next spring, so the price isn't set.
Notes as follows:
Ardbeg Uigeadail, 54,2%
Very balanced on the nose, hints of vanilla and sherry-sweetness. Also some
of us smelled hints of fried smoked bacon.
On the taste there was more sweetness, with a small character of smoked
The taste of peat establishes camp in the back of the mouth, and doesn't
seem to have any intention of departing.
You wouldn't belive it was cask strength, both the ordinary Ardbeg Ten and
the Lord of the Isles has more of a distinctive spirit-feel to it.
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