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Ardlair 13 Year Old 2009 Single Cask (Master of Malt)

(70cl, 58.9%)

Ardlair 13 Year Old 2009 Single Cask (Master of Malt)
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Arrives Tue 13th

Ardlair 13yo MoM 2009 Bottling Note

Ardlair? What's that? It's an unpeated single malt from the Ardmore distillery, which more commonly works with heavily peated barley. This single malt spent 13 years maturing between 2009 and 2022, and 307 bottles now join the vast, varied, and if we say so ourselves, brilliant collection of Master of Malt single cask releases.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Beautifully creamy, with butterscotch, vanilla custard, soft sponge cake, and cookie dough. Buttery barley joins, with notes of popcorn, and peach pastries.

Palate: A stunning balance of sweet apricot, creamy barley, and peppery oak sweeps the palate. Chilli flakes nestle in the depths, kept well in check by deliciously crisp toasted oak, vanilla pod, and milky coffee.

Finish: Superbly soft and buttery, with freshly baked goods, lingering vanilla, and stewed stone fruits cushioning fiery prickles of ginger.

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