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One of the rarest things ever to be, Ardbeg's stunning cask 1217 was especially laid down for Lord Robertson's (NATO Secretary General, born on Islay) charity project Erskine, which provides nursing and medical care for members of the armed forces. Ardbeg is donating a portion of the profits from the sale of this bottling to the charity, and it really is a wonderful whisky too - great on both counts!
Nose: Sweet and creamy nose with smoked almonds and butterscotch, sweet Normandy cider, a touch of nutmeg, clove and burnt sticking plasters, alongside a development of creosote that comes with time in the glass.
Palate: Sooty and dark palate entry, with cocoa, marzipan, cedarwood and potpourri, a little cocoa butter and espresso with grappa.
Finish: Long, smoked and really intense…
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