Ardbeg Scorch Limited Edition Fiercely Charred Cask
  • ashy
  • smoky
  • fire
  • brine
  • oily
  • woody
  • orange
  • mint
  • lemon
Ardbeg Scorch Limited Edition Fiercely Charred Cask
Ardbeg Scorch Limited Edition Fiercely Charred Cask

Reviews & Tasting Notes - Ardbeg

Scorch Limited Edition Fiercely Charred Cask (0.75l, 46%)
Price $210.99

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Based on 8 votes, the average rating for Ardbeg Scorch Limited Edition Fiercely Charred Cask is 9.4/10.

Top reviews for Ardbeg Scorch Limited Edition Fiercely Charred Cask:

― I do like it. Worth to try

― Delicious and complex. Love the ash, smoke, and fire that hit first but it’s so complex I agree that every sip is a little different from the last . Great citrus finish and I definitely get a bit of mint at the very end. Not sure I’d put this one above the other Ardbeg whiskeys for the price but it’s so unique I recommend highly.

― Really complex. I get different notes each time I try this whiskey. Initial nose is very orange forward with some mint and a wisp of smoke. Taste is peat and charred wood , followed by orange sweetness and some spice. Interesting but is it worth the extra money?

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Why people love it?

Ardbeg Scorch Limited Edition Fiercely Charred Cask which is carefully distilled at Ardbeg is adored for its ashy, smoky, fire and brine flavor notes.

Learn more about this
  • Category Scotch
  • Country Scotland
  • Distillery Ardbeg
  • Style Single Malt Scotch Whisky
  • Maturation ex-Bourbon casks
  • Alcohol 46%
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Appearance / Color
Antique Gold

Nose / Aroma / Smell
The aroma is an intense exercise in soot, ash, campfire smoke, and brine with a waft of incense over the top.

Flavor / Taste / Palate
The palate opens with a slick, almost oily mouth-feel leads to layers of rich, smoked lemons and oranges, exotic woods, menthol, and a nice sweetness hiding nearby.

Finish
The finish has been called heroically long with little but thick puffs of smoky brine crashing on your palate.
 

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