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Ardbeg Grooves Committee Release Single Malt Scotch Whisky 750ml Bottle

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Grooves Committee Release Single Malt Scotch Whisky
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Grooves Committee Release Single Malt Scotch Whisky 750ml
A portion of the whisky that makes up Grooves was aged in red wine casks that were heavily re-charred, resulting in deep grooves in the wood (hence the name). The Committee Release has been bottled at 51.6% ABV. This bottle was part of a private collection. The 2018 Ardbeg Day release was Ardbeg Grooves, and as ever, the Islay-based distillers also created something a little special as an Ardbeg Committee Release to go with it. A portion of the whisky that makes up Grooves was aged in red wine casks that were heavily re-charred, resulting in deep grooves in the wood (hence the name). The Committee Release has been bottled at 51.6% ABV.
Beverage type:
Single Malt Scotch Whisky
Alcohol Level:
51.6%
Bottle size:
750ml bottle Single
Tastes like:
Honey
Blackberry
Sweet
Caramel
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About the brand
Based on the Isle of Islay, famous for producing Scotland's richest, most potent, and powerful whiskies, Ardbeg is an acclaimed, multi-award-winning distiller renowned for its dedicated approach to whisky craftsmanship and reputation for producing some of the peatiest, smokiest single malt whisky in circulation. With a deep-rooted history in Scotland's Islay, Ardbeg has been perfecting the art of the single malt scotch whisky for over 200 years and its heritage is defined by a true passion and love for complex, complete Scottish whisky manufacturing. Having been awarded the World Whisky of the Year on multiple occasions, this decorated distiller is a surefire hit with any Scotch whisky enthusiast and is a must-have for any single malt scotch collector.
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Raitings & Reviews (19)
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Minerva Morin
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Ok a decent measure it is. I had the Talisker Dim Tempest before this and I unquestionably incline toward this. More extravagant and more vibrant...even if the dynamic quality is about slick residue smoke tar with a trace of sweet vanilla on the sense of taste and nose to balance it. Extremely decent. I think I got to a greater degree a flavor run from the Kelpie a year ago. Be that as it may at that point saying that I get a trace of rich meat and the wine impact the more I got into it so it could simply be that on starting impressions the residue and so on taste just overwhelms the remainder of the flavors in there. I think in the event that I drank my way through a container this one could truly advance however I need to go with what I have nearby. 4.25 to 4.5 for me. Additionally in light of the fact that it'll be well over the $150USD mark here when it comes out I figure.
Posted on Jul 16th, 2020
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Juana Murphy
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51.6% abv; NAS; Non-chill sifted Nose: goodness. Parts occurring here. That exemplary profound earth peat and smoke mixes pleasantly with a bunch of ready splendid organic products. Getting melon pineapple pears and apples. The nose is an unadulterated euphoria. Sense of taste: dont let that nose fool you! Ardbeg Furrows sneaks up all of a sudden of open air fire smoke in its full thick mouth feel. As Depressions works you over a wide range of unpretentious zest notes (nutmeg ginger cinnamon and others) and vanilla alongside tropical and plantation organic products make their quality known however agreeably. The wine casking shows up the most here yet it doesn't overpower. Phew. Finish: long and solid. The hearty ashy Ardbeg smoke truly waits on the tongue in a comparative style to the Corryvrecken or Laphroaig Triple Wood. This might be its solitary imperfection contingent upon your sense of taste. In any case the flower and organic product notes despite everything fly through the mists to include a delicious nearly citrusy-sweet-meringue flavor with a cleaning of powdered sugar. What's more it sticks around until the end of time. Include a scramble or two of water as it subdues the smoke a piece and permits the full scope of products of the soil flavors to advocate for themselves. This is a fabulous measure from Ardbeg. I cant contrast it with other board discharges as this is my initial one (Ive make some amazing progress in only a years time eh?) so Ill leave that to the prepared vets. Scored this container a couple of days after its discharge for $119 in Vienna VA. H/t to @Telex for pointing me the correct way. 4.5/5 Beginning chasing people.
Posted on Jul 9th, 2020
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Adriana Francoeur
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ashy. sweet. not terrible.
Posted on Jul 2nd, 2020
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Gerard Meng
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Very Peary without being excessively smoky. Rich and smooth.
Posted on Jul 1st, 2020
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Yuri Boyle
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Bunches of forthright peat yet shockingly flavorful. somewhat salty really gentle for how smoky it is. First islay scotch ive Truly delighted in
Posted on Jun 19th, 2020
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Tasting Notes
Nose
Honey-glazed ham, matcha tea, walnut, a hint of sea breeze and burnt wood.
Taste
Chocolatey at first, before notes of white grape and clementine appear. Maintains a maritime character. Burnt ends give it more meaty elements.
Finish
Red berry sweetness, vanilla pod, ash and salted caramel.
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