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Ardmore

Built in 1898, Adam Teacher established the distillery to ensure a good supply of whisky for Teachers blended whisky. The build followed a surge of demand for Teachers products and was part of an extensive expansion of the company, including an international marketing campaign. Lying just below Knockandy Hill, alongside the railway line between Inverness and Aberdeen, Ardmore was one of the last remaining distilleries to rely on coal powered fires to heat its stills and did not convert to steam 'til 2003.

In 2005, Beam Global became the new owners after buying twenty wine and spirit companies from Allied Domecq, for five billion dollars. Shortly after the acquisition, Ardmore’s capacity was increased from 3 to 5.1 million litres and in 2007 its own bottling was, at last, released, namely Ardmore Traditional. ‘Traditional’, matured in bourbon casks, followed by a secondary maturation in quarter casks, was originally launched for the duty free market but was released also on the American market in March of 2008.

One of the largest distilleries in Scotland, Ardmore is also the site for large scientific research laboratories. The whisky is mostly quite peated, but a small amount of un-peated whisky is released during a few weeks yearly in the shape of Ardmore Ardlair, though this is used exclusively in various blends.

Ardmore 12 Year Old 1997 - Provenance (Douglas Laing)

70cl, 46%

An absolute belter of a malt from Highland distillery Ardmore. Incredibly biscuity and Umami-rich.  More info

Ardmore 12 Year Old 1997 - Provenance (Douglas Laing)

Ardmore 10 Year Old 1999 - Un-Chillfiltered (Signatory)

70cl, 46%

10 year old Ardmore, bottled by Signatory. This was distilled on the 2nd June 1999 and aged in two hogsheads (numbers 8/1155 and 1156) before bottling on the 10th March 2010. A release of 777 bottles.  More info

Ardmore 10 Year Old 1999 - Un-Chillfiltered (Signatory)

Ardmore 1993 (Gordon and MacPhail)

70cl, 43%

A 1993 vintage from Ardmore, bottled by Gordon and MacPhail. The distillery, despite being in Speyside, makes whisky with a markedly smoky character.  More info

Ardmore 1993 (Gordon and MacPhail)

Ardmore 12 Year Old 1994 - Provenance (Douglas Laing)

70cl, 46%

A single refill hogshead matured Ardmore (cask number 3176). This was distilled in the Autumn of 1994 and matured for 12 years before bottling for Douglas Laing's Provenance range in the Winter of…  More info

Ardmore 12 Year Old 1994 - Provenance (Douglas Laing)

Ardmore 1990 - Gordon and MacPhail

35cl, 43%

A lightly-peated offering from the Highland distillery Ardmore. This was distilled in 1990 and bottled for Gordon and MacPhail with a certain smoothness and a touch of smoke.  More info

Ardmore 1990 - Gordon and MacPhail

Ardmore 1991 - Gordon and MacPhail

70cl, 43%

A smoky, gentled peated Highlander, bottled by Gordon and MacPhail and distilled in 1991 at the Ardmore distillery established by William Teacher and Sons.  More info

Ardmore 1991 - Gordon and MacPhail

Ardmore 21 Year Old 1998 (Thompson Bros.)

70cl, 51.5%

A smoky Highland single malt from Ardmore, distilled in 1998. The whisky was matured in a refill bourbon hogshead for over two decades, until Thompson Bros. independently bottled it at 21 years. The…  More info

Ardmore 21 Year Old 1998 (Thompson Bros.)
$109.12

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