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The Ardmore Legacy

(70cl, 40%)

The Ardmore Legacy

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The Ardmore Legacy Bottling Note

Released in 2014 to take the place of the Ardmore Traditional, the Legacy brings a lightly-peated, wood spice-led flavour profile to the table. At its core, the Ardmore Legacy is made with 80% peated and 20% unpeated malt.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: It leans more on the savoury than the sweet side of things, with light barbecue char and earthy notes up-front. Sweet cinnamon, fresh honey and vanilla toffee waft up at points.

Palate: More charred, smoky notes, joined by drying oak, pear drops and subtle grassy touches. Give it a minute for citrus zest and expressive heather to appear.

Finish: A lasting peat smoke finish, with a little bit of honey'd barley for good measure.

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Ardmore Legacy Reviews

Lovely combo of highland and peat

Very pleasant. I'm not usually a fan of the peaty stuff but this comibines the sweetness and honey of a typical Highland with just a hint of peat. A pleasant combination and very drinakble. We took it away on a camping trip and it went down a treat.

10th June 2021

Quite good, nice smokeyness but might have more body

Quite good and I like the peat smoke. It carries a whole lot of tastes but somehow it might have a little more body.

21st May 2021

Good value but too smokey for some tastes

A bit too smokey for my liking. It was a good one to move onto late in the evening sat outside by the fire

21st May 2021

Excellent

Light and with the smoked finishing taste, it is overall an excellent al ocassion single malt.

19th May 2021

Less then ok

Not good . For me even monkey shoulder have much bytter taste and after taste

14th May 2021

Give it time

Not too of the line of course, but give this one time. As I went down the bottle its light peatiness went down very well. I add a small amount of water and prefer it that way. Pleasant.

10th May 2021

Love or hate

Primary flavours for me are the smoke/peat and honey. The pear is there. The citrus/oak? Not so much. For the on price, its 110% worth the buy. Would avoid if your not a fan of smokey ones, its clear from the other reviews the smoke can be a little overbearing.

5th May 2021

It is awful - far too much peat smoke

This is definitely the worst single malt that I have ever purchased. It is described as having a lasting peat smoke finish, and this is certainly true, an empty glass (after pouring the contents down the kitchen sink), fills the room with the noxious fumes of a bonfire. The nose is smoke, smoke, and more smoke, with no hint of the cinnamon, fresh honey, or vanilla toffee, and the palate is again overpowering smoke, no pear drops, but maybe the grassiness tones are an imaginative component of the bonfire!! There is no subtle flavour to this malt.

3rd May 2021

Good bargain malt whisky for £20.

Definitely get the smokey barbecue notes with a light hints of peat . Also oaky finish which lingers on the palate to produce pear and citrus finish .

25th April 2021

Will buy again

Love it, a real peaty warmth with that moorish quality you get from a good scotch

10th April 2021

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