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Ardbeg 10 Years Old Warehouse Second Release 750 mL bottle

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Ardbeg 10 Years Old Warehouse Second Release

Bottle - 70 cL

Ardbeg 10 Years Old Warehouse Second Release

Bottle - 70 cL
  • Product Details

    The second release of the warehouse-shaped casing for this bottle of Ardbeg Ten Years Old introduces characters from the iconic Ardbeg Distillery giving a sense of life on Islay. This collectable tin box can be used for years to come.

    Characterised by a diverse array of flavours ranging from lemon and lime to toffee, this single malt allows the natural sweetness of the malt to shine through – a wonderfully balanced whisky.
  • How to enjoy

    • The perfect serve - Enjoy neat, with a little water or 2-3 large rocks of ice
    • Service temperature - Room temperature
    • When to drink - Ready to drink
    • Storage advice - Store upright in a cool, dark, dry place
    • Closure - Cap With Cork
    • Alcohol by volume - 46.0%
  • Blend and Origin

    Ardbeg Ten Years Old

    Appreciated around the world for its strong, peaty flavours, Ardbeg Ten Years Old is produced by craftsmen who harvest phenolic malt to create a spirit with smoky yet sweet flavours. Matured in first-fill and second-fill ex-bourbon American oak casks, Ten Years Old is non-chill filtered, which retains maximum flavour and gives the whisky added depth and body.

Signature cocktail:
Smokey Sour


  • 50 mL Ardbeg 10 Years Old whisky
  • 25 mL fresh lemon juice
  • 25 mL simple syrup
  • bitters
  • 1 egg white (optional)
  • Garnish: cherry or orange slice


Pour ingredients into a shaker, fill with ice and shake for 10 seconds (if using the egg white, give it a little extra muscle and a little extra time).

Strain into a chilled cocktail glass, or into an ice-filled old fashioned/rocks glass. Garnish with a cherry, a slice of orange, or both, or nothing at all.