The latest whisky from one of Scotland newest distilleries, is an equal split between peated and unpeated spirit, which is then aged in a 65% bourbon cask to 35% sherry cask split, with only 17,502 bottles available.
The distilleries position in the far flung reaches of Scotlands West Highlands bring with it a brilliant coastal influence of soft sea spray, mussels, orange peel, aromas with salted cashews, peanut brittle and smouldering driftwood on the palate.
Each bottle of Ardnamurchan is protected using blockchain technology which guarantees each bottle is traceable from grain to glass.
- Country: Scotland
- Region: Highlands
- ABV: 46.8%
- Cask: Ex-Bourbon & Ex-Sherry Casks
Distillery NotesThe Ardnamurchan peninsula is a wonderfully remote “finger” of rocky land that stretches out to the furthest westerly point of the UK, just to the north of the Isle of Mull, and south of the Isle of Skye. I The Ardnamurchan Distillery is situated halfway along the peninsula in the small isolated village of Glenbeg. It was designed to both look like a distillery, and also fit in with the surrounding buildings.The size of the distillery was governed by the width of the road, which is only 3.2 metres at its narrowest point. The largest mash tun that could be transported along the road was 2 tonnes.The distillery was also designed to enjoy a close, symbiotic relationship with the neighbouring farm and estate.