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Ardmore, 14 Years Old Single Malt Whisky


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  • Selected from only the best casks by the Adelphi, the renowned independent bottler, to form their Fascadale Batch 9 bottling hailing from the Ardmore distillery. This 14 year old Single Malt is extremely limited. Expect a highland style with an unusual degree of peat.

    The Adephi Whiskies are highly desirable, rare and much sought after - selecting truly special single casks that married exceedingly well with the wood - so much so on average they accept only 4% of the Whisky offered! All are bottled without chill-filtering or added colouring unlike most Whiskies so you can taste the full and unadulterated flavour.

    To taste its described as a fireside dessert! Showing chocolate coated orange peel, vanilla ice cream, strawberry jelly and salty Dutch liquorice. A dusty wicker basket of wet, sweet peat by a smouldering fire!  

  • Founded in 1898, Ardmore are traditionalists and insist on the use of aromatic smoke from natural, Highland peat fires to dry their malted barley. Traditional methods also extend to the maturation. Whiskies destined for Ardmore's standard bottling are double matured, first in the more usual oak barrels and then in much smaller ‘quarter casks’, delivering a unique integration of flavours. In common use in the 19th century, quarter casks have become too costly for most producers to bother with (yet the system has been used to spectacular success at distilleries like Laphroaig). Finally, Ardmore is barrier rather than ‘chill’ filtered in order to maximise natural flavours. 
    Amfora's selection is aided by Anthony Burnet, former Director of the Glenmorangie Company and a Master of Quaich, Amfora's very own highly experienced authority on Scotch Whisky.
  • Single malts are the original Scotch whiskies, which were being distilled and aged a very long time before anyone came up with the idea of blending malts with the less complex and cheaper grain whiskies. They are produced in adherence to very strict rules that are enshrined in law, the new spirit always being distilled at least twice in copper pot stills, and then laid down to slumber in oak casks for not less than three years (only after three years in the wood in Scotland - can they legally be termed Scotch whisky), although most spend a good deal more than this minimum period in cask.

    Unlike some other types of whisky, in Scotland distillers are not permitted to top-up casks, the age of the spirit being determined from the day on which a cask is filled with new make spirit. The raw materials used to produce single malt are very simple: malted barley, yeast, and water (usually from rivers but sometimes from natural springs). High quality barley and very pure frequently mineral rich water are used, but the oak casks arguably play the most important role in the maturation process, contributing a great deal of flavour, aroma, softness and colour to the final product.

    The Whisky Producing Regions of Scotland

    It is a widely held belief that the geographic region of a given distillery has much to do with the character of the whisky, however modern sophisticated production methods are such that one can produce virtually any character of single malt anywhere in Scotland. Owing more to long established production techniques rather than strong influences of geographic locations, in broad terms it can be said that Lowland malts are generally light and fragrant, while in the Highlands slightly more full bodied malts are made. Campbeltown produces light whiskies which are to some extent influenced by their locations near the sea. If there is one region among the four areas which stands out, it is the island of Islay which traditionally has made single malt using a lot of heavily malted, or peated, barley, resulting in a final product which delivers a powerful smokey nose and taste.  

    How To Taste Whisky

    When nosing and tasting a single malt it is advisable to use a tulip shaped glass which will concentrate the aromas. Swirling the whisky in the glass will expose it to the air and releases the nose clearly.
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