Ardbeg 10 Year Old Whisky 70cl

Scotch Whisky • 70cl • 46%
Product details
Ardbeg 10 Year Old
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Country Scotch Whisky
Region Islay Whisky
Distillery/Brand Ardbeg
Style Single Malt Whisky

Ardbeg 10 Year Old

A phenomenal whisky packing powerful peaty deliciousness, Ardbeg 10 Year Old is a favourite of many whisky lovers around the world. Produced on the Kildalton Coast of Islay, this single malt matures for a decade before being bottled without any chill-filtration. If you're after a whisky with full of coastal air, smoke and more, this is exactly what you want.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose A ridge of vanilla leads to mountain of peat capped with citrus fruits and circled by clouds of sea spray.

Palate Sweet vanilla counterbalanced with lemon and lime followed by that surging Ardbeg smoke that we all know and love.

Finish Long and glorious; sea salted caramel and beach bonfire smoke.

Overall Precise balance, big smoke and non-chill filtered. This is why this is such a famous dram

Winner of 13 spirit awards

1st Place
1st Place
Best Single Malt Scotch 10 Years - 2015
International Whisky Competition
Islay Single Malt 12 Years and Under - 2016
World Whiskies Awards
Islay up to 12 years old - 2013
The Scotch Whisky Masters (The Spirits Business)
Distillers' Single Malts 12 years and under - 2022
International Spirits Challenge
Single Malt Scotch - to 12 Yrs - 2022
San Francisco World Spirits Competition

Allergy information

This product does not contain any notifiable allergens
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Reviews for Ardbeg 10 Year Old
Ardbeg TEN
Awful. Smells like TCP. Doesn't taste much better. A massive disappointment. Oh well, onwards and upwards.
John , United Kingdom
one month ago
I was gifted a bottle of this for Christmas. I fell in love from the moment I opened it. I always wondered what people meant when they say 'its well balanced' well now I know. I'm not great at describing flavours but it's a BIG peaty dram (which I love, the peatier the better) with a lovely soft natural Sweetness , and a touch of citrus that just flows down too easy. Perfectly balanced. 500 characters aren't enough to describe this whisky. Just buy it and you'll see.
Nathan Carruthers , United Kingdom
one month ago
My favourite scotch
I have drunk far more Ardbeg 10 than any other scotch. I love all of their range that I have been able to try, but this the staple and the foundation. It seems that many people have a whisky journey where they start with non-smoky brands, before eventually catching the peat bug. From that point it seems most people inevitably drift towards either Ardbeg, Laphroaig or Lagavulin as their favourite. There is no wrong answer as it is all subjective, but I never really "got" Laga compared to the other two. The line between Ardbeg and Laphroaig is much finer, but there is something unique about Ardbeg that just outshines Laphroaig for me.
Master of Malt Customer
7 months ago
A Helping Hand
I really like most of the Ardbeg offerings but I find that this one as well as one other really needs 'extra' flavour to help it along.
It may not be 'everyone's cup of tea' so to speak but it is my honest opinion that this dram is greatly improved by just a splash of Irn Bru to help it along.
Robert S , United Kingdom
10 months ago
Ok for trying for first time
Maybe I got a below average bottle, but after waiting to try this was disappointed, very bland and not anything great about it.
Master of Malt Customer
one year ago
One of the very best.
Masterpiece. Why shell out for Lagavulin 16 while this beauty is available!
Master of Malt Customer
one year ago
a liquid bonfire
as per the title, the most smoky dram I've tried (so far)
understand the love for this stuff and will definitely earned itself a regular place in my bar
jamie p , United Kingdom
one year ago
A10 is one of the most consistent drams you can experience. This bottle has been just beautiful. I’m half way through and will obviously buy another and another
Steve A , United Kingdom
one year ago
Nice wee dam
Great Scotch malt whisky at a fair price
Ian , United Kingdom
one year ago
They do better
I like it, but I feel it's over priced, should that affect the enjoyment of drinking it, well for me yes it does, so I rarely buy it these days. It is a good Islay malt, but I'd rather pay a bit more and have an Uigeadall.
richard m , United Kingdom
one year ago