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May 12, 2008

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Ardmore Traditional Cask Scotch is the recent release of the Ardmore distillery of Aberdeenshire, Scotland, which also produces the great Teacher's Highland Cream.It has the aroma of creamy peat and ripe fruit.It begins smooth and rich but the peat makes an almost immediate appearance for a genuine experience.he finish is full, warm and succulent that makes a lasting impression. Enjoy this whisky at its full bottling strength or add a bit of water to release a dry aroma and sweet fruit, which are otherwise transparent characteristics
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Ardmore Distillery has been producing whisky since 1974 with no less than eight stills. It has also a huge storage capacity. They are capable of producing 4,200,000 liters annually.Ardmore uses heavily peated barley, which may explain the powerful character of the Ardmore Whisky.

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