With a phenol count of 50 ppm, the Ballechin single malt accounts for 5% of Edradour’s production. This absolutely incredible bottling wonderfully embodies the powerful yet unctuous style of a now essential single malt for fans of peated whiskies. Aged in a first fill bourbon cask, it passionately and naturally writes a new chapter in a history that began just 15 years ago and which is now rich in iconic bottlings, including the magnificent manzanilla, sherry and Caroni cask Ballechins selected by La Maison du Whisky.
|Classification||Single Malt Whisky|
|Bottler||La Maison Du Whisky
|ABV/ Volume||57.9%/ 70cl|
Sold Out $4,000.00
DESCRIPTION A hugely sought after 17 year old from Ardbeg - long discontinued and sorely missed! Bottle 1 Condition:There is some wear to the box. Fill level at base of...
DESCRIPTION A hugely sought after 17 year old from Ardbeg - long discontinued and sorely missed! Bottle 2 Condition:There is only minimal wear and tear to the box. Fill level...
DESCRIPTION A lovely bottle of Ardbeg with a very plain label but pristine label. This bottle is probably from the 1960s. 80°proof / 26 2/3 fl oz TASTING NOTES (by...
Sold Out $10,000.00
DESCRIPTION Bottled in 1996, this 'Guaranteed' 30 year old Ardbeg was one of the last releases by Allied distillers before Glenmorangie's Takeover in 1997. This release of 30 year old...