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Ardbeg Twenty Something 23 Year Old Committee Release Single Malt Scotch 750ml Bottle

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Twenty Something 23 Year Old Committee Release Single Malt Scotch
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Twenty Something 23 Year Old Committee Release Single Malt Scotch 750ml
Like the rich musty waft of walking into a vintage saddle barn full of old tack and the scent of earth and wood, Ardbeg Twenty Something 23 year old Committee Release single malt Scotch is a darkly hued quaff of masterfully crafted whiskey. The nose opens like a vintage barn door with layers of aged leather, peat, and smoked oak with hits of bright lemon tea and vanilla soaked macadamia nuts. On the palate, the mouth is introduced to sweet blends of dewy peat and leather over cracked peppers, tendrils of caramel, and darkly roasted herbal tea and citrus.
Beverage type:
Single Malt Scotch Whisky
Alcohol Level:
46.3%
Bottle size:
750ml bottle Single
Tastes like:
Leather
Oak
Vanilla
Peat
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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 (9)
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Kathy McLellan
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that Sherry blend into whiskey truly hits the spot. Radiant. Perhaps superior to the Ardbeg 21
Posted on Jul 20th, 2020
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Scott Gregory
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This example was sent my way by @LeeEvolved. It was an uncommon treat dependent on cost and selectiveness such a significant number of gratitude to a thoughtful Lee for giving it. I chose to think about the Twenty Something against its brethren Ardbeg Uigeadail. Ive been enjoying the Uigeadail for some time now and stuck between rating it 4 or 5 stars. Looking at the two for shading the 20 Something gets through a little darker mirroring the additional long periods of sherry barrel impact and since both are sherry considered smokiness was decreased in contrast with Ardbeg 10. What's more the nose on the Uigeadail was unmistakably more strong than the 20 Something bringing to mind Jim Murrays supposition that most whiskies will experience the ill effects of a lot of time in the barrel. Finally the examination constrained up some whiskey hotness in the Uigeadail (allspice) I hadnt saw beforehand. Reveling the sense of taste with these two whiskies is a demonstration of complete happiness. Comparable notes of toasted grain sherry and vanilla overwhelm. Other basic characteristics were unpretentious smoke dried natural products mocha and a bit of ocean salt. Once more the Uigeadail offered the extra trace of whiskey fieriness best portrayed as banana nut bread. I should concede a visit toward the west expense of Scotland and the islands assisted with improving this tasting yet thats what life is about. We battle to make a bearable world for our families so whenever you get an opportunity to appreciate life whatever your fantasy at that point make the most on the off chance that it. Also the most on the off chance that it I did as these whiskies took me back to the desolate shores of England and Ireland and the peated pit fires Im sure once specked their breadth. Obviously none of this would be conceivable without the endeavors of individuals like my maternal uncle whom Ive never met. He lost his young life in the skirmish of Anzio during WWII and is covered in Italy a long ways from his home and family. Thus its to him and others like him I devote this toast. They yielded their lives with the goal that we could makes the most of our own on this sacrosanct Remembrance Day weekend in our nation. May 5 stars direct his way to paradise.
Posted on Jul 17th, 2020
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Catherine Soucy
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One of a kind scotch. Dont ordinarily go for Ardbeg yet this was decent. Open air fire and bacon. Smoke isnt overwhelming. Shockingly smooth and long completion.
Posted on May 12th, 2020
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Pablo Cha
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Ive made it a point over the most recent couple of years to have an extraordinary pour on my birthday. As I get more established Ive truly figured out how to acknowledge things that go typically unnoticed: stunning respectful savvy kids a mindful spouse and siblings and cousins that help you in down occasions. So‚keeping that as a primary concern I open a pour qualified to celebrate...and this one comes graciousness from my great amigo @leeevolved . Notwithstanding near 25 year age you despite everything get that great Ardbeg DNA. Tar and consumed remains; newly poured black-top on a sweltering summer day. Taste: this is the place the 23 years sparkle. Smooth and silky‚"- the muscle is supplanted by fluid smoke thats as fragile as it is ground-breaking. Finish is waiting sweet‚"where the sherry comes in. At $500 this container is above most peoples optional pay purchase...so Im significantly more grateful to @leeevolved for this birthday pour Expresses gratitude toward Lee!"
Posted on May 10th, 2020
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Mariela Forget
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Well Im back! Its been about 3 weeks since my last survey. A mix of movement family obligations home support and a somewhat irritating summer cold shielded me from having the opportunity and resources to do an appropriate audit. The virus is as yet waiting yet Im sufficiently clear to get an audit in. The last round of the SDT has started however before I jump into those examples I needed to audit this magnificence as it denotes my 250th survey. I needed to stamp this event with an Islay as they are my first love. This container was one of the excellent jugs we had at our lodging tasting in DC at Whiskyfest gave by @LeeEvolved Ardbeg Twenty Something is a multi year old that from my comprehension is the ongoing multi year old with an additional 2 years of completing is sherry barrels. Its packaged at 46.3% ABV and is non chill separated and common shade of nectar gold. The nose is unadulterated Ardbeg peat smoke in advance. Very smoky given its age truly Im intrigued that the phenols in the distillate held up this well over its long life. Campfire cinders creosote and smoked ham with a nectar coat. When the smoke died down a little there is vanilla cream and custard fruits and cherry wood almonds. Exceptionally light sherry notes after some time not very solid allowed its multi year completing period. Light mint and lemon notes dark tea and a trace of red grapes. Following a decent 45 minutes in the glass it builds up a pale note so I would exhort not letting it sit that long. An enormous peppery appearance on the sense of taste with sharp roasted oak and a not too bad measure of peat smoke. I need to utilize the word rich here yet its not exactly on that level. I can say its about as exquisite and an Ardbeg can be yet its still a powerhouse of a measure. Almonds fruits/cherry hack syrup. Briny marginally unpleasant dark tea a trace of sherry and vanilla. Route out of sight there is some mint. A medium to medium full bodied mouthfeel that is mouth covering and daintily sleek The completion is long with peat smoke pepper oak and more smoke. This stuff is acceptable great. Its ground-breaking yet refined similar to a 24 oz. confining sledge with a velvet secured hand grasp. Certainly better than the multi year old which I saw as a piece on the frail side. I think Lee paid upwards of $500 for this jug and keeping in mind that I cant state it merited that sort of cash I will say its deserving of an extraordinary event pour. In the lodging this was pass on a 5 star measure yet under closer investigation its just not exactly at that level. I gave the 21 a 4.25 and I think this one fits somewhere close to 4.5 and 4.75. Given the sticker price Ill go with the lower score and state its a strong decent 4.5. Good health
Posted on Apr 17th, 2020
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Tasting Notes
Nose
Earthen peat and old leather over hues of smoke and sweet orange melting into lemon zest and brewed tea sweetened with vanilla
Taste
Dark tones of spiced pepper and wet peat most over vintage saddle leather, caramel, and roasted citrus shavings
Finish
Long, peat forward
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