The Ardmore Legacy 70cl £20 at Amazon free delivery
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The Ardmore Legacy 70cl £20 at Amazon free delivery

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Found 6th May
Ardmore Legacy for £20 free delivery at Amazon. It's also this price at Asda. It's a single malt which for the money I quite like.

Yellow gold colour with a harmonious blend of sweetness, fruitiness and smokiness
Flavours of fudge, vanilla and toffee unfold with fresh green apples and pears
From soft smokiness, tasteful and slightly earthy
Flavours are complemented by references to white pepper and cinnamon
On the palate crisp and vivid

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I can't buy a product that doesn't use the word "vibrant" in its BS spiel

anyone know if this is classed as "peaty" or "non peaty" ?

Please excuse my ignorance but I dont drink and am looking for some non peaty stuff that wont break the bank. Google really just confused me oO

Yes it is. Very. And it's the same price at Morrisons

Bigladgaz

Yes it is. Very. And it's the same price at Morrisons



were you replying to me ? If so what do you mean, yes it is peaty or yes it is non peaty ?

if you werent replying to me then just ignore me hahaha.

LazyVampire

anyone know if this is classed as "peaty" or "non peaty" ?Please excuse … anyone know if this is classed as "peaty" or "non peaty" ?Please excuse my ignorance but I dont drink and am looking for some non peaty stuff that wont break the bank. Google really just confused me oO




Product Description
Released in 2014 to take the place of the Ardmore Traditional, the Legacy brings a lightly-peated, wood spice-led flavour profile to the table. At its core, the Ardmore Legacy is made with 80 percent peated and 20 percent unpeated malt. Aroma of heather and honey with a hint of cinnamon and toffee, very discreet top note. Taste of creamy vanilla opened echoes smoky charcoal (especially with the addition of a few drops of water). Pleasant smoky taste combined with a balance of sweet honey and spices. Full-bodied and gentle with the typical dry, spicy and long lasting Ardmore, connected with savoury spices.

this is one of my favourites... and cheap enough that I don't feel too guilty having a good measure. I have to be in the right mood for a quality Speyside or Islay single malt at different ends of the spectrum, but this or even Johnnie walker black seem to be my most commonly reached scotch bottles as they are nice but reasonably priced. Goes really nice with Scottish oatcakes and spicy cheese too.

not a bad deal and heat given but probably my least favorite whisky! if i want peatiness then it has to be laphroaig every time.
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