I only knew that it was Ardbeg, but didn't know it was a 7 YO. I haven't tried it, but would like to see how it differs from Big Smoke (a young Caol Ila).
I've had Big Smoke 60. It's misnamed. It's quite light and sweet.
So I think the Germans are right. It's the sweetness and contrastic spice that makes my mind up. And now they bottle the young whisky and call it 'Almost There', that was what I was reminded of with the bouquet.
hope this has not added more fuel ot the fire...
SpiritofShetland wrote:Problem is of course - since the name isn't stated. It could contain Caol Ila in a month or two, Bruichladdich (PC og Octomore) after that and Ardbeg after that again.
I can guarantee it's not from Bruichladdich... I know as I work with them!
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