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Ardbeg 17 Year Old

(70cl, 40%)
(12 Reviews)

Ardbeg 17 Year Old

Ardbeg 17 Bottling Note

Increasingly rare, now discontinued whisky from Ardbeg. Incredibly rich and powerful, and all too easy to drink.

Please note: There is a small scratch on the front facing label as pictured, but this is still an incredibly sought after bottling.

This bottle was part of a private collection.

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User Reviews of the Ardbeg 17 Year Old

Waste of money

A friend opened a bottle and we drank a dram. Nice but overpriced and a wee bit overrated.

7th March 2016

The Best

The best bottle of whisky that I have ever savoured.
Enough said.

17th December 2015

Christmas pudding

Fantastic flavour on this great whisky, which does not have the peaty tones of the whiskies of Islay. Unfortunately now retailing at £350 a bottle, but well worth every penny if you have that sort of cash spare.

6th December 2015

Simply the Best ...

... Better than all the rest! This is most definitely the best single malt I have ever been proud to have in my collection. My bottle is sadly no more. Asking prices are now ten times what I originally paid.

11th September 2015

The good old days

Back in the "good old days", when this was still being produced, it was a regular part of my whisky cabinet and my favorite Islay malt. Now alas it is well beyond affordable if it can be found at all. If I could time travel I'd buy a few cases.

1st March 2015

Graeme Scott

Proud owner of 5 bottles! Talk about a good investment :-)

16th October 2014

Wow

one of the best malts i've ever had!

26th September 2014

A nice unforeseen gift

My father in law was asked to help a woman in his church clear out her liquor stock. He sent me a picture of the thanksgiving size table full of liquor. In the back of the picture I noticed a bottle of Ardbeg, knowing my Father-in-Law was not as fond of Islay scotch as he is of others, I asked if I could have it. A few days later in a box labeled "olive oil" a box of Ardbeg 17 arrived. I had no previous knowledge of this heavenly liquid and proceeded to open it. After a small taste I was pleasantly surprised at my good fortune. Some days later I, again after drinking a healthy sample of A17, decided to look it up. Although I wouldn't pay $726 for a bottle, I certainly appreciate the pricing. If I commonly spent that amount on a whiskey, this would be the one I spent it on.

19th September 2014

The Gentle Ardbeg for a Birthday.

I was lucky enough to be bought a bottle of this by my wife on my Birthday. It was one of the few Ardbegs I hadn't tried before. What a treat it was. More rounded and dare I say gentler than other Ardbegs it was mellow, mature and refined. A truly special malt from a truly special distillery from a truly special person. What more can you want?

1st August 2014

One of my favorites

Tried to buy all the bottles i could in 2005-6. I should have ordered a couple of cases. Very unique, essence can be noticed into the next day with only a minimal amount of consumption,(3-4 shots) very strange. I think the only action I have left is to go to Scotland.

12th July 2014

Worth the money

I recently found a bottle for £250, in fact I found two. so one is for keeps and one is now open. the whisky is truly immense

18th January 2014

I remember when.....

... this was 30 quid in Tescos, beutiful nonetheless, easily my favourite Islay Whisky,georgeous.

18th January 2014

A need to understand history...

It's due to the history of the distillery, it was closed from 1991 to 1997 when it was bought by Glenmorangie, so whiskey distilled in that year is currently only 16 years old. I had the joy of having a bottle of this back around 2003-4 and it is a beautiful dram. Would I buy a bottle for this much? That is the real question.

22nd November 2013

Too pricey?

Ardbeg can't sort it out!! Its supply and demand. Van Gogh can't sort out the value given to a given Sunflowers painting.

9th September 2013

Its good.

But not THAT good!

24th May 2013

Pfffffff

500 quid for a 17 year old?! Ardbeg, sort it out!

4th May 2013

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