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Ardmore 9 Year Old 2010 - Small Batch (James Eadie)

(70cl, 46%)

Ardmore 9 Year Old 2010 - Small Batch (James Eadie)

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Ardmore 9yo 2010 Eadie Bottling Note

Much of Ardmore whisky goes into blends, so it's great to see this indie bottling of Ardmore single malt from James Eadie! The Highland whisky was drawn from three refill bourbon casks after maturing for nine years, with an outturn of 662 bottles released for the Small Batch series.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Honeyed citrus and savoury herbs, with melted brown sugar and a whiff of smoke.

Palate: Slightly salty peanut butter, with more toasted (and burnt) nuts, flamed citrus peel and earthy malt.

Finish: Singed vanilla pod and dark treacle.

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Ardmore 9 Year Old 2010 - Small Batch (James Eadie) Reviews

Not as good as I'd hoped

I have purchased quite a few bottlings from James Eadie and enjoyed them all to date. This one, though, left me a little disappointed. It's not a bad whisky by any means but it certainly isn't memorable and at nearly £40 for a 9 year year old I would expect a bit more - it just tasted ... well .... ordinary and generic - not like a special small batch outrun.

2nd August 2020


Great value - more complex than it probably has any right to be at 9 years old! Good active maturation.

12th May 2020

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