Ardmore Legacy Scotch Whisky
About the BrandEstablished by Adam Teacher in 1898, son of the Glasgow whisky entrepreneur William Teacher, the Ardmore distillery was created to provide a core single malt whisky for their growing and now world famous blended whisky, Teacher’s Highland Cream. Ardmore is the only Highland malt whisky to be fully peated since its inception in 1898.
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Nose: Creamy, with appealing savoury notes of cured meat and even a touch of horseradish, with some subtle smoke lurking in the background.
Palate: Soft mouthfeel of gentle peat and a touch of menthol, with clove, apple and pear.
Finish: The gently warming peat slowly dissipates.
Reviews of: Ardmore Legacy Scotch Whisky
by Dave - December 21, 2016
I bought my first ever bottle yesterday. Money is a bit tight this month so I thought I would take a chance. What a most pleasant surprise. Admittedly it's not an Ardbeg or a Laphroaig but this really is a very palatable dram.
Sweet with peat
by John - December 21, 2016
Great value at the price. Other people's negative comments probably come from those who are not used to peaty whiskies. This is often the case with negative reviews of popular Islay malts. Customer who likened Talisker to a peaty whisky has not tried a truely peaty whisky. Ardmore has a gentle peatyness and I was surprised at its quality at this low price.