Ardmore 12 year old

Oct 12, 2014 1 Comment by

Alcohol:58.6
Region:Highlands
Color:Soft Gold
Nose:Faintly flowery, dry and peaty
Body:Firm and smooth
Palate:Light nutty, slightly medicinal
Finish:Pear skins, flowering currant, flowery
First Tasted:January 2005
Price: $$
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One Response to “Ardmore 12 year old”

  1. Leonardo says:

    This is a peated scotch, too much for my taste. It seemed more peated than the Laphroaig or Talisker, which are more into what I’d prefer. I was unable to taste much complexity into it, it is mostly oak and peat flavor.

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