Adelphi Fascadale Batch 9 Ardmore 14 Year Old Single Malt Scotch Whisky (700ml)

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Adelphi Fascadale Batch 9 Ardmore 14 Year Old Single Malt Scotch Whisky (700ml)

Highlands, SCOTLAND
$175.00 Bottle
  • ABV 46%

Well reputed as a premier independent bottler in Scotland, Adelphi discerningly nominate only 1 in 40 barrels for selection and from that, bottle only fifty single casks for release per year. This time consuming task is masterfully carried out by whisky aficionados, Charles Maclean and Alex Bruce.

"Fascadale" is named after a north-west point of the rugged Ardnamurchan Peninsula (just a few miles from the location for Adelphi’s new distillery). Batch 9 of Fascadale has been sourced from Ardmore distillery, with maturation taking place in a combination of Bourbon and Sherry casks. No more than 1450 bottles are on offer world wide.

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. Expect a complex Highland style with a surprising degree of peat. 46% Alc./Vol.