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Alexander Murray Ardmore 9 Year Single Malt

Alexander Murray

750 ml | 46% ABV
Whiskey | Single Malt

Although categorized as a Highland whisky, Ardmore flirts heavily with the South-east peripherals of Speyside, lying boisterously at the foot of the Grampian hills. Big and brash, it is also known for flirting heavily with peat, at least some of the time that is.

Built in 1989 for the purpose of producing single malt for blends, Teacher’s opted to make peated whisky here. This move alleviated the company’s reliance on Islay’s producers of peated whisky to add smokiness to blends – a particularly astute decision, given the growing popularity of Scotch whisky at the time. Today, since the distillery adopted steam during distillation rather than coal fires, two spirit characters are made here, a practice that is becoming increasingly prevalent.

Both spirit styles are produced at separate times of the year, in which the point of difference in production is the Phenol level of the barley delivered to the distillery, i.e. the level of peat used in drying. ‘Ardmore’ is the heavily peated single malt; ‘Ardlair’, or ‘Ardless’ as it’s sometimes known, is the unpeated single malt. Worth noting is that, although each spirit is vastly different in character, because Ardmore and Ardlair are from the same distillery, they can be vatted (or married) together and still be called a single malt. Ardlair can also be labeled as ‘Ardmore Distillery’. A little tricky, but well worth knowing.

Sometimes big, brash, earthy and smoky; sometimes subtle, floral and fruity. A real Jekyll and Hyde distillery. Let your nose prepare you accordingly.

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Alexander Murray 17 Year Old Highland Deanston Distillery Scotch Whisky

Alexander Murray

750 ml | 40% ABV
Whiskey | Scotch

This is a prestigious single malt Scotch whisky renowned for its exceptional quality and age statement. This expression is produced by the Deanston Distillery, situated in the Highland region of Scotland, which has a rich history of whisky production dating back to 1785.

The 17-year maturation period allows the whisky to develop a remarkable depth of flavor and complexity. Each sip reveals a symphony of nuanced notes that tantalize the senses. The whisky showcases a perfect balance between the distillery's unique character and the influence of the oak casks it ages in.

The Alexander Murray & Co 17 Year Highland Deanston Distillery offers a refined and elegant taste profile. It presents an array of flavors, including honeyed sweetness, hints of citrus fruits, subtle spices, and a touch of oak. The whisky's smooth and velvety texture further enhances the drinking experience, making it a delight for whisky enthusiasts and connoisseurs.

With its lengthy aging process, the Highland Deanston Distillery expression embodies the traditional craftsmanship and attention to detail that have made Scottish whisky famous worldwide. Alexander Murray & Co, known for its expert curation of fine whiskies, has selected this 17-year-old single malt to showcase the distinct characteristics of Deanston's Highland terroir.

The Alexander Murray & Co 17 Year Highland Deanston Distillery whisky is an exquisite choice for those seeking a refined and sophisticated drinking experience. Its exceptional quality and carefully crafted flavors make it a standout addition to any whisky collection, and a true testament to the legacy and heritage of the Deanston Distillery.

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Alexander Murray Ardlair 9 Year 2010 Single Malt Scotch Whisky

Alexander Murray

750 ml | 40% ABV
Whiskey | Scotch

Although categorized as a Highland whisky, Ardmore flirts heavily with the South-east peripherals of Speyside, lying boisterously at the foot of the Grampian hills. Big and brash, it is also known for flirting heavily with peat, at least some of the time that is.

Built in 1989 for the purpose of producing single malt for blends, Teacher’s opted to make peated whisky here. This move alleviated the company’s reliance on Islay’s producers of peated whisky to add smokiness to blends – a particularly astute decision, given the growing popularity of Scotch whisky at the time. Today, since the distillery adopted steam during distillation rather than coal fires, two spirit characters are made here, a practice that is becoming increasingly prevalent.

Both spirit styles are produced at separate times of the year, in which the point of difference in production is the Phenol level of the barley delivered to the distillery, i.e. the level of peat used in drying. ‘Ardmore’ is the heavily peated single malt; ‘Ardlair’, or ‘Ardless’ as it’s sometimes known, is the unpeated single malt. Worth noting is that, although each spirit is vastly different in character, because Ardmore and Ardlair are from the same distillery, they can be vatted (or married) together and still be called a single malt.

Sometimes big, brash, earthy and smoky; sometimes subtle, floral and fruity. A real Jekyll and Hyde distillery. Let your nose prepare you accordingly.

This 2010 vintage is fantastically assertive: rich and nutty, with bags of the Highland character. A real ‘pick-me-up’ dram; however addition of water reveals layers of complexity, and a softer side that is not immediately apparent.

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