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Ardbeg Uigeadail Scotch Whisky : The Whisky Exchang

  1. If you like peat and Sherry this is the one. Better than the Ardbeg 10 and in the same leage as Lagavulin 16 (but not as sweet) Better than Laphroaig 10. Kilchoman Machir Bay is probably about the same age (both young NAS) but Mackir Bay has got a raw and unfinished touch. Uigeadail taste like an old whisky. Only problem is that it has too much ABV. E
  2. Fleeting sweet berries on the tip of the tongue. Malt. A hard to pin down complexity; barley, cinnamon, honey, cracked black pepper. Thick smoke and tar build into the finish.
  3. That’s interesting, thanks Andrew. It’s also not very surprising. LVMH positions its brands in the “luxury” space, so they could indeed price those Ardbegs higher, and probably get away with it. I doubt the reason they don’t is because of how much they care… more likely, it’s that they have a strategy of incremental price increases (and more “limited” bottlings with much higher price tags, see Bacalta) to avoid looking like they are gouging. My opinion is that Uige got popular when it was first released because it had some much-older whisky in it. When whisky “boomed” more than expected, they ran out of those excess older casks and began lowering the ages of its components, which seems to have been a widespread occurrence in the industry (aka the “NAS Curse”). Now, Uige is a shadow of its former self. Again, that’s opinion, not fact.
  4. Hi Ian, Thanks for your comment! I sometimes feel more positive about a whisky as I get nearer the bottom of the bottle – some whiskies just need to “grow” on you. However, I’m still cringing every time I pour a dram from this bottle, even though I’m halfway through it. It’s oddly (sickly) sweet, out-of-balance, and totally not what the product used to be like (by all accounts) years ago. It’s entirely plausible that my bottle is from a bad batch, but life’s too short to buy another bottle after a bad batch. So many other whiskies to try, instead! Still, anyone reading this article should take into consideration the possibility that my review is from a sub-par bottle. Your best bet is to sample it yourself and come to your own conclusions. Cheers!
  5. versatile, complex and powerful, with subtle nuances if you give it the time it takes to get passed the obvious peat and smoke. So much more than just a peatbomb. Even at a very respectable 54,2% ABV it doesn't really need water to shine like the star it is! 88/100
  6. 570 tykkäystä, 11 kommenttia - The Gentleman Selection (@thegentlemanselection) Instagramissa: ✅ Ardbeg Uigeadail pronounced (Oog-a-dal) named for Loch Uigeadail on the island of Islay and..
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Из пары двух Ардбегов начну с Uigeadail. Ardbeg Uigeadail Islay single malt scotch whisky 750ml, alc 54.2% vol. Цена (US): 81$. Цвет: Темное золото Аромат: Отлично Definately the best whisky in that price range, absolutely outstanding. Port Charlotte Peat Project and Kilchoman MB could match it, but appart from them this one is superb. If you like Islay but do not want the sting you might get from a young Laphroaig or dito Ardbeg, and you still do not want it too smooth like 18y Laphroig this one is perfect.Given most reviews then the reputation precedes this whisky - it can't be that good can it? It most certainly is! A masterpiece of the art of vatting Single Malts. Superb from nose to finish. Immaculate! Bruichladdich eat your heart out!Im still quite new to smokey whiskies. After sampling the Ardbeg 10 i fell in love with it. So i wanted to try the next step. On the nose i get alot of peat with sugar notes and a touch of coffee.The palate is lovely, it starts off with caramel and honey, you get a touch of the peat but its very much in the back seat.The finish is amazing, with the caramel and honey kicking it off for a split second. Then the smoke kicks in. The smoke and the caramel honey flow perfectly in harmony. Neither are competing for the glory.I was surprised with the balance. I wouldnt say that its as smokey as the 10, but its far more complex. A bottle will always be on my shelf thats for sure!

sweet at first, almost cognac-y, followed by peat, smoke and mineral and medicinal notes. adding water mellows it out, with the sweet tones more accentuated (vanilla and some chocolate) Uigeadail is een speciale Ardbeg's botteling. De naam komt van het Loch meertje waaruit Ardbeg zijn water onttrekt. In 2009 werd in Jim Murray's Whisky Bible de Ardbeg Uigeadail tot 'World Whisky.. I have ready the reviews and saw all the awards for Uigeadail and I had to try it. I bought a bottle and was glad I did. I am one of those picky Scotch drinkers that only likes peat and I am not a fan of anything sherry. BUT...this is one amazing Scotch. I had some friends of my wife try this as their first Scotch ever....they absolutely loved the finish. This is an excellent Cask Strength Islay Scotch Whisky. I've had it a few times and never grow tired of it. The sherry finish is a delightful contrast to the strong peat that Arbeg is known for.I would advise other reviewers to understand what it is you are drinking before leaving a negative review on something, because it's "too peaty" or "doesn't mix well". This is a single malt whisky....you don't mix it with soda....it's from Islay, it's going to be peaty...it's what the island is known for. If you are not a scotch whisky enthusiast, keep that in mind before leaving something ignorant on here and bringing down the rating on an excellent dram.I said good day Sir!Anyway, I was given a bottle of Uigeadail this year for Christmas and have to say that I’m very impressed and happy with it. I put a dram in a snifter at about 58 degrees F/14 degrees C, put about three drops of water in it, took a sip and was pleasantly surprised. It’s been a little while since I’ve had the 10 year so I don’t have an immediate reference to A/B them, but I generally know what to expect from the 10 and this is definitely a different beast. It’s a bit more fiery, which I assume is due to the higher alcohol content, sharper and more peppery in the front, but has a much weightier, earthier lingering aftertaste, which I quite like. I’ve always compared the 10 year to drinking a buttered campfire. The Uigeadail tastes like using that same campfire to light a cigar. It’s a pretty intense sensory experience, but an enjoyable one. Looks like my bottle was bottled in November of 2015.

Ardbeg Uigeadail - Ratings and reviews - Whiskybas

  1. Ardbeg Uigeadail Bottling Note Uigeadail derives from the Scotch Gaelic for 'Dark and Mysterious Place' and is named for the Loch from whence Ardbeg draws its waters
  2. d it's an odd combination. If I want a sherry-y scotch I'll get a sherry-y scotch, and if I want a peaty scotch I'll go with an Islay standard. This is somewhere in between and just not doing it for me. But it does definitely add some dimension to your typical Islay scotches so I can see how it would be well-received. I just prefer the more subtle (other than peat) dimensions of the corry. Still, this is quite good and I'd take it any day over many more expensive bottles.
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  4. This is the best Islay I've ever had because it doesn't cheaply rely on smoke alone. Instead, the deep sherried notes on this make it a truly two-way whisky which appeals to us who don't like uni-dimensional Islays (think Arbbeg 10, Laphroaig 10, etc) and instead opt for sherried whiskies. Terrific value for money here given that this Ardbeg is so fantastically constructed!
  5. I like to try whiskies from all over Scotland, but must confess that those from Islay are my favorites. And of the Islay whiskies, Ardbeg is my first and eternal love.This whisky has all that I love in the Ardbeg 10 and more. The smoke is strong but balanced on the nose, with aromas of the malt and fruit that await on the palate. This is a complex whisky, with smoke giving way to to sea spray giving way to sweet malt and finally rounding out with the sherry fruitiness. And then the flavors reappear as you savor the sip before enjoying a final bit of smoke. The flavors are magically distinct on the tongue but also harmonious. I pour this one on weekends when my labor is ended and I enjoy with just splash of water or maybe a very small ice cube. It's a whisky for sipping slowly while thinking or reading or just reflecting on how life unfolds.

Ardbeg Uigeadail Whisky - Master of Mal

ashes, lemon, malt, old lady's closet, water adds sherry notes - dried fruit and raisins, vanilla and fudge appearing later onPalate: Mildly creamy body, and an expected amount of tongue-burn. A slight citrus note, but not as obvious as Corryvreckan.glad I found this review. I tasted it at a festival and it really didn’t sit well. I’m not a fan of sherry vs peat. I find it sickly and unbalanced, I also don’t like Laphroaig QC too much.. thought maybe it was just me as there are floods of amazing reviews! Maybe I need to try it a few more times but I’ll stick with the ten year old next time I buy Ardbeg. It was super.This is a review a year down the line, but this was a memorable bottle.I ordered this because of the rating received in the whiskey bible. I was curious as to what had garnered such a high score. As I am relatively new to exploring whiskeys, I liked the idea of a fantastic one at a relatively low price. I was not disappointed. The complexities of flavour that can be presented by a scotch from an area where I tend to find unpalatable, blew my mind. Thoroughly enjoyed every dram.

Ardbeg Uigeadail (pronounced 'Oog-a-dal') is a special vatting that marries Ardbeg's traditional With water, the deep smokiness increases in intensity, reminiscent of a Christmas pudding on fire After finally delving into the peat monsters: Mainly Lagevulin 16 and The Laphroigs I was back and fourth on getting a bottle of Ardbeg. Well... while "browsing" at my local shop, the proprietor had special ordered Uigeadail for a customer so he had a few bottles left over, so I grabbed one of the shelf and my journey began. From the first sip to the last...it was quite an experience and frankly my favorite of the Peaty's. Its worth every effort to find a bottle This stunning expression from Islay's Ardbeg distillery on the Kildalton Coast is named after a nearby loch (pronounced "Oog-a-dal"). It's the perfect example of how sweet and savoury notes can work together spectacularly - you'll find Ardbeg's maritime salinity intact here, combined with dried fruit notes imparted by time spent in sherry casks. Kind of like when you mix sweet popcorn and salty popcorn together, it results in something absolutely wonderful.After all the rave reviews I decided to try this - what a mistake. It was simply awful. I have tried drinks before in a Green glass bottle - Stone's Ginger Wine being a good one. But in this case the glass did not help the whisky and it was sour.Probably the best Islay Whisky in the world?!If I was to choose one bottle to bring to a deserted island this would def be the one!Perfection by Ardbeg!/mike-stockholm-sweden

I love a good peaty whisky and was excited by the reviews above. It is definitely yummy but the aftertaste left me feeling like I had smoked a couple of cigarettes! Prefer the Laphraoig eleven year old.But it's something you have gotta give time and not rush it. More complex than 10 years, and as an owner of perpetuum I have to say this is better. Smoky, sweet and delicious. Not going to in to detail about what I think it tastes like, I find we are all different in that sense. But it's worth the money if you like smoky whisky. Since Ardbeg Uigeadail is an Islay I was expecting peat and smoke. A splash of water opens up this Ardbeg and reveals its complexity and sweet notes together with the wonderful peat-smoke This is a NAS 54.2% non chill-filtered south coast Islay malt. Perhaps disappointingly, it does not mention 'natural colour' on the label, so presumably there is some artificial colouring? It's archetypal Islay - powerful, smoky, dry and meaty - did I mention smoky? There are obviously some youngish whiskies in here because the finish is fiery and alcoholic. I feel that it could be a tad more rounded if the dryness was balanced with a bit more sweetness, as it is in the 10yo but saying this, Uigeadail is a must for all Islay lovers and, as evinced by my rating, I love it despite its minor flaws.

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To the reviewer below - a certain Ron from Texas - please be aware that everyone's views and ratings are valid. Just because you don't happen to agree then that does NOT mean that another's review should be removed. Of course Texas is not renowned for being a great believer in the opinions of others.Not sure if this bottle is the real thing as it tastes like petrol. Would appreciate a professional opinion which I will endeavour to obtain in the near futureDeep, dark peat, smoke and licorice. Phenolic. (you love it or you hate it)Syrupy sweetness and lots of sherry-like dark fruits. Briny, seafood... Add 2 teaspoons of water and let it sit for 10 minutes to release the flavors and get ready for the ride of your life! Matured in ex-bourbon American Oak and ex-Oloroso Sherry casks, Uigeadail - pronounced 'Ooga-dal' - is Gaelic for 'dark and mysterious place', named after the Ardbeg's water source, Loch Uigeadail Loved this dram. Still relatively new to drinking scotch. However I did have the Laphroaig QC..I found the medicinal taste overpowering the rest of the flavor, and could not enjoy it. The Ardbeg though was delicious. A burst of smokey peat, with a very nice long finish.

Ardbeg 10 y.o. Цены и наличие. Ardbeg Uigeadail I have for many years enjoyed my malts by adding Irn Bru. I find this adds flavour and body to the malts and really does smooth them. However this Ardbeg really did not work with the Irn Bru. In future I will be more selective with the whiskies I choose.

Review of Ardbeg Uigeadail Single-Malt Scotch The Scotch Noo

What incredible flavours and mouth feel. So silky and supple. Its an explosion of flavour when it hit your mouth intensely enveloping it. how dare some mix this with flavoured sodas?!?! It's an insult to the expert craftsmanship that has gone into this very fine product. Ardbeg Uigeadail. Ailsa Bay. 2016'nın En Keyifli Anları. Ardbeg Uigeadail. BenRiach 15 Sauternes Wood Finish. Benromach Peat Smoke 2005 This whisky is absolutely in my top 5 of all-time whisky's. Every whisky enthousiast should have a bottle at hand.Yes it is powerful, smoky, peaty and medicinal but the tast is deep long and lingering and somewhat delicate as well.I recently had a chance to ask Dr. Bill Lumsden about the NAS trend in Ardbeg and Glenmorangie special and core releases and he basically said this (though not verbatim): “If all of our special releases were hamstrung by an arbitrary number we wouldn’t get the range and depth of flavors we get out of them now. Instead of concentrating fully on what it smells and tastes like I’d be forced to keep a number in the back of my mind and should I come across a cracking set of casks that would go great in the release but didn’t match that number I couldn’t use them and that’s not what I want to do. I want to put out the best release I can which means ignoring how many times it’s been around the sun.”

Ardbeg Uigeadail - Get Free Shippin

Such an enjoyable dram. Don't take it neat, in my opinion, the alcohol level is just too high for your palate to appreciate it. It litteraly numbs the nerve endings and thereby lowers sensitivity. A splash of water opens up this Ardbeg and reveals its complexity and sweet notes together with the wonderful peat-smoke.the complexity of the wine, both on nose and palate, is simply stunning!! it's powerful, yet delicate and elegantly introverted. for a moment i felt tears rolling in my eyes with layers and layers of flavors attacking my taste buds. can't miss the wine!

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Overall: Alas, I’m not a fan. Despite several tastings from my bottle over several weeks (and a few over the last couple of years), I do not see anything redeeming about this malt. For my tastes, Ardbeg 10 delivers all the peaty complexity you could want for less money. For more money, Corryvreckan is better in every way and is very much worth the extra price. That’s not something I say every day.Nose: Bold. Notes of salted peanut butter, peat smoke, tobacco, worn, oiled leather, very dark roast coffee grounds, and cayenne pepper.I find it hard to distinct flavors behind the thick layer of peat smoke. not bad though every now and thenI've try to get used to this interesting whisky, but after first bottle is now empty, I have mixed feelings of it.It is like a good with some strong spice, which will divide the people. That flavor has a huge fanbase of Ardbeg fans, and I agree that it it truely unique. To me the flavor is too dominant, like having too much of cloves or cumin in food. I like more balanced ones - Laproagh and Bowmore, even the aftertaste is a much longer and maybe better in Ardbeg. So I will keep trying out the Ardbeg more, but for the price there is not same value as Laproagh or Bowmore, in my humble opinion.

Some whiskys stay with you…… This one certainly has mate . Not cheap down here in Aus…. as with most good ones. Tried a couple of years ago ….. Still remember the spices , the peat, but most of all mid palate… Smoked Ham!!! I couldn’t believe what I was tasting. Blown away with it Josh. I haven’t gone back to it yet…. Got the 10 yr (well it’s nearly $50 cheaper!) plus the Coryvreckan for a later try….I would get the Uigeadail again but am yet to spot it at a good price. Very rare for this to be on special. Cheers, ALI really appreciate your reviews and enjoy your opinions on the drams. However, have you considered buying another bottle of this? I feel that it has a lot more to offer then your giving it credit for. Not all bottles are created equal. ardbeg uigeadail. şükela: tümü | bugün. ardbeg 10 hastası bir insan olarak bugün tükkanda görüp beğendiğim ve hemen satın aldığım viski. hiç tadım notu falan okumadan aldım. şuan aracımın.. This is obviously going to be of interest to Islay and peat enthusiasts - rather pointless to spend fifty quid on this and complain that it's "too peaty" - this is what to expect. However, yes it's strong (cask strength) and yes it's heavily peaty, but there is quite a subtle and rather lovely sweetness lurking behind the mystery too. Takes some times to open up (mine did with ice, and I don't care if people think that's some kind of heresy, that's how I like my whisky) to reveal some sherry on the nose, brown sugar on the palate and a rather pleasing spicy tang on the finish. Not amazing, but relatively cheap, so should be investigated. Senior Staff Writer, Wes, was born and raised in Darlington, South Carolina and attended college at the United States Air Force Academy. After flying helicopters for the Air Force and teaching at the Air Force Academy, he retired in beautiful Colorado Springs, Colorado, after twenty years of military service. He now works in public school education, is married with three children, and leads the monthly Proper Pour Whisk(e)y Club. You can follow him on Twitter @WesModernThirst and e-mail him at Wes@ModernThirst.com.

Whisky Review: Ardbeg Uigeadail - The Whiskey Was

Nose: orange, chocolate, fruit, smoke, vanilla Body: vanilla, cask strength, toffee, Finish: smoke, lengthy, lingering, warmingI do not pay any attention to completely negative views of any whisky, especially when there are so many positive ones; as in the case of Ardbeg Oogie. Had to try it after reading all the 'controversy.' For sure, taste is personal. But if you like Islay whisky . . . peat, smoke; and if you like sherried whisky (Higland Park, Macallan), this is the best of both. I love sherried whisky and love peat and smoke. This is the perfect marriage of the two. I love Lagavullin, Talisker, Laphroig and others, but this is it. I have been trying many and have found the perfect whisky for me. And the price is very reasonable.The color, nose, taste . . . is superb! Don't listen to negative comments; try if for yourself. Ardbeg Uigeadail. Added by TimmyBoston. It is a vatting of three different Ardbegs, one being around 8-10 years a second 10-12 years and third admittedly much older aged in Sherry casks Nose: intense, deep, and complex... smoke, peat, cocoa, molasses toffee, citrus honey Palate: full bodied and viscous, sweet, toffee, honey, roasted oranges, very peaty and smoky Finish: long and complex, sweet and smoky, sea salt and vanilla caramel Overall: 5 star scotch

Update 12/17/2016: I’ve had a chance to sample a newer batch of Uigeadail (apologies – I don’t have the batch number). This time I find an aroma replete with smoke but devoid of fruit, and a palate richly-flavored and peppery. The finish shows ripe red fruits, at last. This batch is much better than the one I last reviewed, although I still don’t see a reason to buy this over Ardbeg 10 (cheaper) or Corryvreckan (better). Follow ardbeg_uigeadail on eBay. Buying, Selling, Collecting on eBay has never been more exciting! Based in France, ardbeg_uigeadail has been an eBay member since 23 May, 2008 My first sip was followed with Holy S#@tballsthis is freaking delicious!!!! Wow! Smooth, warm, soft, perfect amount of sweet and peat. First taste was fresh and bright with vanilla and toffee then followed by warm peatiness then some sharp but subtle heat.Was like sipping warm liquid gold. My favorite to enjoy so far. Newbie who started with Lagavulin and Balvenie and now Ardbeg Uigeadail lol. Highly recommended this drop of gorgeousness.new favorite. liked the standard 12 year Macallen, and the laphroaig quarter cask, and the triple wood, tried the ten year Uigeadail, and the Corryvreckan, but there is something so good about the uigeadail… for sure leather and tobacco, but something sweet too… I’m a fan of smoky whiskies, and my fridge includes Machir Bay, Lagavulin16 and Tastival 2016, plus Springbank 15 and 18. But, my Goodness – Uigeadail is massive. Massive smoke, massive peat, massive sweet sherry and massive alcohol. Personally, I prefer Machir Bay – the flavours are cleaner and clearer, and it’s much lighter on its feet. Although Machir has some Sherry influence, it’s primarily Bourbon – and that (IMHO) helps the smoke and peat to sing, whereas the heavy sherry of Uigeadail seems to muffle and smother it.I can understand why so many on this page wax lyrical about Uigeadail – it’s a grand dram built for big open log fires in the depths of winter, for those who love big smoke and big sherry. But, for me, it’s just a bit too OTT. I’ll still enjoy the rest of the bottle, though.

in our 2011 blind tasting of 15 whiskies, this was a winner again - to match its victories in 2009 and 2010. You really can't go wrong - even though it may vary slightly batch to batch. For those who are interested the Talisker 175th Anniversary Edition was a close second - indeed, on a FPTP system it had most 1st places and would have won! But using AV, and also using average scores, the Ardbeg held up as the favourite. Perhaps one of the finest peated expressions in a bottle. Balance, elegance and muscle. This gets 4.5 stars only because 5/5 leaves no room for betterment or hope.Unbelievably smokey, like walking into a small crofters hut and sitting next to a peat fire; beautiful. Ardbeg Uigeadail (pronounced 'Oog-a-dal') takes its name from the brooding, mysterious loch which provides the peat-laden water for Ardbeg. This is a special vatting of different styles of Ardbeg.. I'm relatively new to the world of whisky but this dram knocked my socks off. Peaty, deep, complex. This Ardbeg has it all. I have yet come across a better single malt, the Ardbeg ten comes close but ultimately comes up short against Uigedail. Utterly magnificent!

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  1. The linked article (and the ones that article links too) make me wish I could find an older bottle of Uigedail on a local shelf to compare to the new stuff. I don’t dislike the stuff but agree that for a few dollars more the Corryvreckan is far superior.
  2. Ardbeg Uigeadail (pronounced Oog-a-dal) takes its name from the brooding, mysterious loch that provides the peat-laden water for Ardbeg. It is a special vatting of casks matured in bourbon barrels..
  3. This is just unbelievably good. The nose hits you with smokey chunks of charred rock-salt drizzled in dark honey, cracked pepper, cocoa, pecan toffee and brown butter, then a bonfire on a sandy beach, salt spray on seaweed, and ashes. The official house dram. I want to be buried with a bottle of it, Egyptian style, for the next world.

Not me. I’ve had many of the Ardbeg line over the years and to me Corry is the best. Oogie is good, but I’d rather have the 10 (at 60% of Oogie’s price), Galileo, Ardbog or Auriverdes. It’s not bad at all, just not one I want to buy again. Uigeadail will be the loch from which almost all Ardbeg drinking water flows. A truly gorgeous whisky, and also pursuing the death involving Airigh nam Beist, this likely represents the top worth inside core.. This, My fellow Whisky drinkers, is my first Ardbeg ever. I have heard a lot of Ardbeg, most of which kept me from trying, but after my (almost spiritual) experience with the Balvenie 17 Peated cask, I just wanted a real peated one. I have done with Islay's before, being Laphroag and Lagavulin. I found those to be interesting by their own means, definately not bad, but I just don't buy another when at the shops. I did, however, buy the Ardbeg Uigeadail and I'm now convinced, God sent me a sign.In the sniffer:This was where the first mayor surprice was. Sinece this liqour has touched sherry butts, I'd expect some sherry in the nose, but never this much. Sharp, fresh and inviting with the smoke lurking underneath (and it will come out, given time or a splash of H2O). I got leather and coffee/chocolate and oranges (?). It's a feast for my nose.The sip:I'd expect some spice/burn from the high abv. Second surprice: None came. Instead this whisky layers all over the mouth and start to develop. The sherry first with citrus/orange, then an oaky, smoky sweetnes that increases in intensity. I believe to find pepper in the end. The finish:The finish is dominated by the smoke and sweetness but it is not as long as the Lagavulin 16 or Laphroaig 10.I would have enjoyed a longer finish as it is pleasant, but it's solved by having another sip. Clever.With water:Not tried yet.After reading all the reviews here and elsewhere and hearing so much about this whisky I finally decided to try it. What a mistake. I was very patient and tried it with all my usual mixers - dry ginger, coke, Irn Bru etc but to no avail. Nothing took away the awful taste of seawater and soot. I really feel conned by these reviews and will never buy this again. I have awarded it one star for the taste and another half for the shape of the bottleQuite possibly the best single malt I've had to date. If you prefer a peaty whisky, then you should definitely not miss out on this treat.

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With water the sweetness gives way to malted honeycomb, with flowering currants emerging through the smoky sweetness of a well-fired fruit pudding. Taste Sweet, chewy and oily with a silky mouthfeel Cheers, Justin CEO First, you need to love peated scotch. If you are a Glenmorengie lover you will probably find this one too smoky. That being said, for islay lover, this one is paradise. I've tried many, Lagavulin 12, 16, double matured, bowmore, benriach, talisker. This one, is just so well balanced. I love it. Even if it is cast strenght, i drink it neet while i have to put a hint of water in benriach. Usually, i try my scotch in 2 glasses; the whisky and the scotch glasses. This one if beautiful in both. Smoky, hint of caramel and dark chocolat, hint of iodine on the nose but not much in palate. I place it with my favorite Lagavulin 12 & Double Matured.

Ardbeg Uigeadail Review - The Whiskey Ju

Best deal whisky, cause it delivers so much flavour and energy for really reasonable money. Wonderful dark juice.These prices are all over the map. I'd have a few bottles of Uigeadail if it sold for $56 in my part of the U.S. Here I've never seen it below $80. Standard 10-year is about $41, cheaper than listed here. Corryvreckan is about $85, more than listed here. I may have the only Kelpie in this entire state; it was $95. I have the opportunity to buy a Perpetuum and an Auriverdes for about $82 each, but I don't know if they're worth it. I have a hard time convincing myself to drink anything that sells for more than $60. Pricier Islays just sit in my bar, awaiting some momentous occasion that will probably never come. Yeah, I agree. Uigedail is way better, and in fact one of the best peated scotches I have ever had. The heavy smoke and sweetness just feels like the whiskey version of thick cut bacon drenched in maple syrup.Uigeadail (which Ardbeg details on the packaging is pronounced “Oog-a-dal”) is named for the loch which provides fresh water to the Ardbeg distillery. The producer publicly discloses scant details on the specifics regarding what exactly is in the final dram, and there’s no age statement to be found. What is known is that this Scotch is a “…special vatting of different styles of Ardbeg, marrying together its traditional deep, smoky notes with the sweet, raisiny tones of old ex-Sherry casks.” The final product is bottled at an angst-eradicating 54.2% alcohol by volume.It's the best whisky I've tasted in years. Gone through three bottles already. A real pleasure, every dram. I'll have to buy a bottle and tuck it away for future years, as I'll want to visit this old friend down the road. Buy this with no hesitation, trust me.

Ardbeg Uigeadail 54,2% NV. 4.1 stars - 2 professional reviews. sold out €. With water: smoother, with some orange blossom honey, but the tarry and liquoricy side remains big Many strong flavors, but they're all well balanced. Strong, peaty nose. Smoke and caramel flavor. Peaty finish.If you love peat then you will love this. Smokey, brown sugar, last a long time, simply amazing. Worth very penny. Firm and very smooth whisky. If you are chewing it like you should it explodes on your tongue. A hot and alcoholic finish.Firm favourite though I prefer Corryvreckan. 91/100

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very smoky just as you might expect from this Islay peatmonster. A bit sweet and smooth finish. 54% but so easy to drink. love it!The first taste instantly transported me to a deserted Scottish beach on a late spring sunny day, the sun setting over the sea leaving the last of it's warm glow on the skin. The romance of it all literally bought a tear to my eye. I don't know why people say it is harsh, it isn't, its smooth with perfectly balanced subtle smoky peat kissed with sherry sweetness, even without water. For me it is perfect, I can't believe it could get any better. Uigeadail (which Ardbeg details on the packaging is pronounced Oog-a-dal) is named for the loch which provides fresh water to the Ardbeg distillery. The producer publicly discloses scant details on.. The Ardbeg Uigeadail has quickly become one of my favorite Islay whiskies and well-deserving of the many accolades it has received.  If you like smoky whiskies and sherry influence you absolutely cannot go wrong here.

Tasting Notes: Ardbeg Uigeadail

a lot of peat, sweet, buttery, honey, tobacco, espresso, Sherry, mourh-filling foam, beech wood bacon smokeI love the Ardbeg 10, especially the intense peat that reminds me of campfires. I was expecting this to me a older, cask strength, sherry finished version of that. I was at first disappointed that that is not what I got, but as I spent more time with Uigeadail, I came to appreciate it for what it is...a damn good pleated whisky, not as pungent as the 10 year old, but with notes of espresso and a wonderful sherry, at an unbelievable price. I am very happy I stumbled across this dram. Ardbeg Uigeadail Islay Single Malt Scotch Whisky is a special vatting that marries Ardbeg's With water, the deep smokiness increases in intensity, reminiscent of a Christmas pudding on fire

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Add it to the list of human creations that make life really enjoyable.A bargain actually because you only need it in small quantity to appreciate its increadible complexityUpon first Encountering the open Cork Smells and Aromas seeping out into the Dimmed room it became apparent that this Scotch was a fine breed of Good stock, Peat, and Excellent Cask notes.At first so overwhelmingly peaty, the smells gave way to a deep rich septic quality that drew the pallette into curiosity. Initial tasting was greeted by a smoke and pepper kick that gave a small cough and opened up the airways to breathe in more Pepperey Caramels and rich spices that were deeply aromatic and almost of sterng Vanilla or Cinnamon Oats intensity. This aroma coats the mouth and stays for a while, it kicks off its shoes and says "Hey, we got a thing you and me, lets hang out a while and get to know each other."Good Job Ardbeg Palate: Classic Ardbeg ashy peat presence immediately but much softer than the 10 year. Overall Impression: This is certainly a disappointing release from Ardbeg. I would imagine that it's the..

Fabulous stuff. Can't quite bring myself to say it tops Lagavulin 16 but it sure is close. I'll definitely be enjoying Ugi a few more times in the future. Well worth the price. Hi Nock, My bottle reads L13 245 15:18 6ML – so that’s 2013, day 245. Thanks for the information! I’ve updated the post to list the code for my bottle. Cheers!this whisky has a great taste that will transform you as you sit back and sip it. its just beautifull.buy two bottles well worth the price

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It's taken me a while to really get to grips with Islay malts, but I glad I have. This is a lovely sip & saver malt. It is harsh! and will take me a while to finish, but I know I will enjoy every dram.I've been looking for a whisky that has everything I want in it for a long while and never thought I'd find it. But I think I have now. What a balance. Stunning.

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I’ve been a huge fan of Lagavulin for many years, but this is seriously challenging for the title. Absolutely beautiful balance of peat, malt, sherry and brown sugary goodness. This is why we drink Scotch. J'ai entendu parler d'Uigeadail quand j'ai écoté la chanson du groupe Ecossais Clann An Drumma.Je vais me renseigner où en Belgique on vend cette marque d'alcool et le déguster par la suite

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The Ardbeg Uigeadail is fruitier and smoother than the normal Ardbeg TEN. This was the first bottling of the newly opened Ardbeg distillery under the new banner I’ve had the Ardbeg 10 many times and have always been fond of it since the first time we met. Generally a fan of the peatier single malts, started with Laphroig, then went on to Bowmore, Ardbeg, and then had Bunnahabhain last time I visited Scotland. Never tried Lagavulin, Bruichladdich, Caol Ila, or Kilchoman.

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My husband and I are new to the single malt world, but have been really enjoying ourselves. We were set on the Lagavulin 16 being our preferred scotch and this one puts it to shame. So glad I listened to the reviewers on this site and gave it a try. It is absolutely just as peaty as the Lagavulin 16 but is much more well balanced and rich. The smoothness was extraordinary and a single drop just spread like butter over every taste bud in my mouth. It hits all the notes in perfect harmony. The caramel at the end was a nice finish in conjunction with the smokiness. Never thought I'd get turned on by a scotch, but this one blew me away. Тёмные воды (2019). Dark Waters (original title) I stumbled across the Uigaedail while visiting Islay in April. Wow! This is a remarkable whisky. It has so much to commend it. Just wallow in the nose. Then taste the subtle combination of smokiness, sherry, caramel and fruit. The experience is so multi-layered that other malts seem dull by comparison. The reviewers on this site seem to agree....if you haven’t tried this, do yourself a BIG favour. Massive flavour, so smooth and such well defined sherry sweetness and smoke. My favorite whisky at current time. I have a 2 cases in the mail ;D One of the best Ardbegs I've been drinking, if you like the 10-year old and want something extra that wont dissapoint, this is it.

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Both the nose and palate are pleasantly peaty, smoky and sweet; smooth going down despite high abv. Finish has some bitterness on the backend but overall an enjoyable dram.Smells of raisin, smoky peat, salinity, seaweed, fruity peach and stone fruit. Taste is seaweed followed by raisiny sherry cask and fruity presence. For me, the peat was gone...Not much more to add than the below. Ardbeg are my #1, and this is the best Ardbeg, though the 10 may be better pound for pound, being that much cheaper.

Of all the Islays I have at home at the moment, Ardbeg 10, Laphroaig 10, Laphroaig Qtr, Bowmore 12, it is the least expressive on the nose (supressed by the sherry?), and completely out of whack on the palate-with an astringent burn, burnt finish although given 30-40 seconds a pleasurable, very Islay aftertaste. But what's gone wrong in the middle? Although I like all of the above, the pick is the Laphroaig Qtr for me, lovely balance at higher strength, very complimentary sherry and absolutely none of the Islay hit missing-and a lovely long, pleasant smokey finish. In fact, basically what I was hoping for but didn't find in the Uigeadail! Ardbeg Uigeadail. 8 beoordelingen. €64,99 Incl. btw. Op voorraad. Ardbeg Uigedael is vernoemd naar Loch Uigedael, het meer op het terrein van de distilleerderij waaruit Ardbeg zijn water betrekt.. The legal stuff: not providing your contact details may mean we have to delete your comments if another member of our community complains about them. You should know that we will store your details securely just in case we need to get in touch with you about your post in the future. That information will be held by us in accordance with our Privacy Policy (although, in the case where you only give us your name and contact details in connection with a review, we will never use that information for any promotional or marketing purposes). Please click here for more details.

I was lucky to get a first bottling of this. It was sublime. Nice and creamy, oily and delicious.It has faltered, and a lot. Some of the first bottling is there, but it's just failing to deliver. Shame.Now its full of smoke and the sherry influence is just slightly in the background.I'm seriously pondering if there was flavors added.I have to admit to feeling the same way. This is my least favorite of Ardbeg’s regular expressions. I want to love it as much as Ralfy does, but I just can’t enjoy drinking it. I used part of the bottle I bought as braising liquid for a brisket I was smoking just to make the bottle go away faster.  The 2014 Los Angeles Whisky Live was a lot of fun. It was filled with fun booths, great people, water a plenty, but unless you were both … [Read More...] about Whisky Live Los Angeles 2014 Water, wind, and you. WaterLily is the only portable power solution with three sources of power. If water is flowing and WaterLily's blades are spinning, you've got power Wow! Powerful and muscular. I drink everything straight so this cask strength beauty really delivers a knock-out punch. A glorious whisky!

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Named after the distillery's unique water source, Ardbeg Uigeadail was named World Whisky of Uigeadail consists of a marriage of younger whisky with much older whisky matured in sherry casks This lad is like a rich mans Talisker. It is definitely in the heavyweight division when it comes to flavor and the finish is longer than a stretch limo. All in all a must try.Tip: If you are decking your mates supply of whiskys make sure you roll with this one last as any other whisky u taste after it is ruined.Jackie Jr

OVERALL Ardbeg Uigeadail is peat and sweet heaven. It’s a perfectly balanced marriage of flavors that is complex enough you can sit back and pick it apart all day long if you want, but approachable enough that you don’t have to in order to fully enjoy it. There’s a reason this stalwart of the Ardbeg core line up has been so highly lauded and awarded over the years. It’s really damn good!It is difficult for me to explain just how good this Islay is...but I'll try. Mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm.Any questions?

I’ve got to agree with Robert here. I am in general a pretty big Ardbeg fan, but I just never took to Oogie. I know that not liking it puts me in the minority, but it’s fairly large as minorities go. I like the basic idea of the spirit, but it just tastes too young to me. There’s a “young spirit” sickly sweet off flavor I get from it that I also get from whiskies like Kilchoman and Kavalan King Car. The difference is that it dissipates with some oxygen and time in those, but seems to hang around in the Oogie.This is in the top 3 whiskys i have ever tried. The pricetag is a joke... It should cost much more. But hey... i'm not complaining ;) £151,993 donated so far We're donating £1 for every order to help people in the hospitality industry affected by COVID-19 angle-down £151,993 raised for hospitality workers £1 per order goes into COVID-19 fund angle-down We're donating £1 for every order placed through our site to help people who have lost their jobs because of the COVID-19 crisis. We're partnering with hospitalityaction.org.uk to administer the fund, and make grants to impacted individuals. Stores and prices for 'Ardbeg 'Uigeadail' Single Malt Scotch Whisky, Islay' | prices, stores, tasting notes and market data

Ardbeg Young Uigeadail. This young Uigeadail, or 'Oogling', is a youthful example of the unique vatting style of Uigeadail, recently voted the best whisky in the world The Uigeadail name underlines Ardbeg's peaty character, as it is the name of the Loch from which the water is drawn for the malt elaboration. This water comes from a few miles off the distillery and..

The nose is one of the best I'be ever experienced. It's rich and peaty, everything you'd want from an Islay whisky. Unfortunately the taste was a letdown for me as the fiery peat is just impenetrable. There's a very good whisky sitting behind that peat, but I just couldn't find it. I've even reserved judgement until I've finished the bottle. This is doubly disappointing given the hype surrounding this whisky!Samma rökighet som 10'an men betydligt fler smakar. Man känner att den har en hög alkoholhalt i de starka smakerna men inte på spritigheten, precis som det ska vara! Någorlunda prisvärd och den jag recenserar buteljerades 2014-11-05Your review was another of those “straw that broke the camel’s back” deals, Josh! Picking up one of these tomorrow. Didn’t think I would enjoy peat until a local whiskey get together yielded an eye-opening, tasty experience with a 30-year-old Caol Ila, Bruichladdich PC6, and a few Octomores. Wow. Ooogie is going to be a welcome addition.

Simply the best, i've ever tasted - sooo deep tart smoke, sweet dead fallen leaves, nuts and dark chocolate - and the whole mix is flaming with hot fire. Super!Peter Benkoczki Registreeru. Kampaania!,Viski» Ardbeg Uigeadail. Ardbeg Uigeadail Bought the Arbeg 10 as i had read a review. Went to the brothers for xmas and he said try mine i have the Uigeadail. Wow the concentration and intensity of flavours blew me away. Beautiful scotch affordable price. 1 small nip each night the misserable bugger. Our Scottish ancestry is alive and well.

I'm a fan of all things Smokey and peaty, and this one is the best I've tasted. The long luscious finish is what really sets this apart.Very peaty, bold, and smoky, the type of whisky that lovers of Islay long for. If not for the price, it might edge out Laphroaig as my favorite whisky.Like I said, that’s not verbatim, but is more of a hodgepodge of snippets I wrote down. Either way though, the fact that he has been able to put out so many interesting and tasty releases that soon fetch hundreds of dollars on the secondary market is a testament that he’s doing NAS right and, at least for him, isn’t just an excuse to flood the market with young, uninteresting whisky.If I had to chose one whisky and that was the only whisky I could drink for the rest of my life then Ardbeg Uigeadail would be it. Bottled while I'm playing in the bath ^-^ This really is bath water.. disclaimer: This water is not for Be the first to review GamerGirl Bath Water Cancel reply. You must be logged in to post a review

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