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Ardbeg 1997 (bottled 2003) Very Young For Discussion

(70cl, 58.9%)

Ardbeg 1997 (bottled 2003) Very Young For Discussion

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Ardbeg 1997 Discussion Bottling Note

Initially exclusively released for the Ardbeg Committee, here we have the very first release of Ardbeg Very Young, bottled ‘For Discussion’ within the Ardbeg Committee. Geddit? It contains some of the very first spirit distilled when the distillery was first under the ownership of Glenmorangie PLC, produced in 1997. It was left in first fill casks for six years, and bottled 12 November 2003, with 4,002 bottles at 58.9% ABV. Exceptionally collectible stuff for Ardbeg fans.

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