Ardmore is an ambiguous distillery. Located on the border between Speyside and the East Highlands, Ardmore was established in 1897, just one year before the bankruptcy of the Pattison brothers. It possesses a character that, if tasted blindly, would make it more akin to a malt from the Islands than the Mainland. It’s worth noting that between 1817 and 1835, another distillery with the same name operated on the Isle of Islay before being absorbed by Lagavulin. This is a heavy heritage that is evident even in its DNA. Discovered through independent bottlings, Ardmore has, in recent years, introduced a 12-year-old “house” bottling.
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