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Ardbeg Corryvreckan

(70cl, 57.1%)

Ardbeg Corryvreckan

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Ardbeg Corryvreckan Bottling Note

Powerfully peaty and immensely satisfying, Ardbeg's Corryvreckan is what happens when the distillery of Islay's Kildalton Coast aims to make a whisky with a particularly medicinal style than its usual expressions. Aptly named after a nearby whirlpool, Corryvreckan is an intense dram that we simply love.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Sticking plasters, buttery, creamy, roast chicken crisps, herbal, almost a hint of pine…

Palate: Cream, spices, tingling, fresh fruit, medicinal, plasters, Clementines. Orange peels.

Finish: Salty, more medicinal, smoked meats, peat is fleeting, tarmac, chilli, salt.

Overall: Astonishing.

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Ardbeg Corryvreckan Reviews

This is really nice.

Don't understand some of the reviews here. It's all there, smoke, peat, pepper, fruit, TCP, salt, some sweetness. Really enjoyable dram, like it a lot.

10th January 2022

The best easily-available whisky

I cannot believe the reviews here. I've had some of the most exclusive, best bottlings of whisky that have ever existed, Port Ellen 73, Rosebank, Milton Duff 23yo, Brora 21, Clynelish, St Magdalene, and i think that Corry is the best easily-available, commercially priced whisky that you can buy today. Honestly nothing is going to beat a Port Ellen, but this comes pretty darn close, AND costing 1/30th of the price.
I find Uigeadail just as valid, but prefer the salty, spicy tones of Corryvreckan.

22nd May 2021

Not what it used to be

I’m not sure when I first tried Corryvrekan, But it was sometime between 2010 in 2015. It was a revelation - Ardbeg peat and smoke with that delicious dark fruit from whatever they are aging the product in. But my most recent bottles are just not the same. The dark fruit now is much more subtle and a bit off. This used to be my favorite scotch, but now I do not think I will buy it again until I hear that it’s returned to its former glory.

10th April 2021


The nose is definitely off, smells of bourbon and not in a pleasant way. Taste has a family resemblance, which is good, but it’s not really as good as the 10. Ardbeg 10 is my absolute favourite scotch, this doesn’t hold a candle to it.

11th March 2021

Big taste Big Headache tomorrow..worth it!

Lovely stuff full of smoke and tar and sweetness. proceed with caution...can take your legs away!

4th January 2021

Fire without smoke or flavour

For years i bought laphroaig 15 year but switched when they started selling the 18 year one. After trying lots of different islay bottles I found ardbeg uigeadail to be a very suitable alternative and while their supanova committee release was fantastic i have been less impressed with some of their other bottlings. This is another of those i have tried but will not be tempted again. I had high hopes from some reviews but have found it very light more like some caol ila bottlings. Plenty of fire but no smoke or peat or other flavours.

26th December 2020

Rough experience!

I have never tried such rough taste of any alcohol. Absolutely stunning taste of peat & pepper.

24th December 2020

Outstanding smoky whisky

One of Ardbegs most peated whiskies. Great taste if you are into the smoky style. You may want to add a drop of water for the first glass to get used to it. Perfect holiday drink.

10th October 2020

Another correction. Too much Corryvreckan??

I meant to write French oak barriques, not French wine barriques. No more whisky for me!

27th August 2020

A bit of a puzzle

I'll start by saying that I enjoy Islay malts and have enjoyed more bottles than I can remember. I hadn't tried this particular Ardbeg so I thought it about time that I did. Having read many reviews and savoured other Ardbegs in the past, I had high expectations. So, with Corryvreckan we have an NAS whisky presented at roughly 57.1%, non-chillfiltered but, strangely, not natural colour. It's a vatting of bourbon casks and french wine barriques and is described by Arbeg as their most "challenging". Now, I'm not sure that as I sit to relax and enjoy a dram that I want to be challenged. I do, though, love a big, meaty, peaty drams like Laproaig 10yo cask strength or a 50% 10yo Port Charlotte. However, I found this Corryvreckan to be a bit concocted in order to "challenge". Surprisingly, I found it to be a bit thin in body - not having the oily viscosity I was looking for. Yes, there was plenty of smoke and medicinal flavours but they didn't hang together well, I felt. Lastly, if you nose the empty glass once you've finished, there is an aroma that is not altogether pleasant which lingers in your nostrils. Puzzling! So I have my bottle and I'll finish it (obviously) but no more for me.

27th August 2020

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