The 40% abv leaves you with a curiously dissonant impression of fragility and power. Colour: deep gold. Whoever said 1978 Ardbegs were lighter? Nose: typically beautiful mix of seawater, diesel, drying kelp, old rope and tar. Nineteen men filed into our friend’s pub. Wow, I'm surprised at all the Lagavulin love here. Ardbeg Uigeadail, 54.2% ABV, $79 USD. To think that these bottles used to be given away if you bought a case of gin or some such other nonsense. Aroma Rich and weighty with heady and smoky aromatics. However, this is lockdown, and lockdown does occasionally call for a little whisky flavoured largesse does it not? Visit us. The complexity is clear, but it doesn't shout at you. The name itself is Gailic meaning "dark and mysterious" and refers to Loch Uigeadail nearby which provides water for the distillery. 95 (£57.07/l) Get it Thursday, Dec 17. Lagavulin 16 Year Old Scotch: 43% ABV, $80. Sort by. Ardbeg uigeadail - whisky d'Islay Ardbeg uigeadail whisky de l'ile d'Islay est issu d'un assemblage de fûts de 10 et 13 ans ainsi que quelques fûts des années 1970. Il ne reste plus que 1 exemplaire(s) en stock. @valuewhisky I can fully appreciate your feelings about Diageo, but I don't understand why you would consider the Uigeadail to be in a different class. To me, this flavor tastes somewhat "stale" and lacks a liveliness or freshness that I find in whisky matured in first-fill oak. Finish: Days-long finish, very well balanced, peat lingers. Uigeadail est le nom de la source qui donne à la distillerie d’Ardbeg son eau si précieuse. The complexity is in your face. The Ardbeg Uigeadail scotch is aged in bourbon barrels with a sherry cask finish. With water: gets more elegant and more ‘together’ and concise. 7 years ago 0. It’s complex, subtle and different all at once. There’s no sense of diminishment from the age or wood. Bowmore 12yr, Islay 12 1oz. The Ardbeg Corryvreckan is named after the famous whirlpool situated north of Islay, which legend says Viking prince Breacan entered as an act of bravery to prove his love for a princess. Oban 14yr, Highlands 26 1oz. @ewhiskey So far, these are my top two whiskies. Not so with Corryvreckan. Format : 700. A dank chimney with tarry embers, coal scuttles and old rope. Lagavulin 16yr, Islay 22 1oz. Taut and punchy yet also controlled and beautifully structured Lagavulin. Even gave away my 1 litre bottle because Ardbeg just wasn’t giving me the rich mouthfeel of Laga or the constantly mutating smoke and fruit of Talisker (at the time). And also with Diageo's casks - that's very real to me too. Ardbeg 16 yo 1998 (58,2%, Malts of Scotland ‘Amazing Casks’ 2014, ref. However, if I had to choose one, then lagavulin 16 would be my choice. finish, 50 cl.) SGP: 468 - 95 points. Which would you choose between Lagavulin and Uigeadail? Cask Strength Non-Chill Filtered Natural Color. Enough gumpf I hear you say, what do they taste like? Ardbeg 10 vs Laphroaig 10 – Who Will Take Home the Peat Lover’s Crown? That is to say: Lagavulin compared to Laphroaig by reasons of historical association; or Ardbeg compared to Laphroaig by more recent (early 1990s) reasons of shared operation and ownership. I'll throw a wrench in it. Lagavulin 16 vs Uigeadail. Their Uigeadail and Supernova (>100 ppm) bottlings push the envelope on palatable levels of peat (measured in Phenol parts-per-million, or ppm). They both come from Islay, home of the peated whisky with all its rich smoky complexity. It’s rare that we think of Ardbeg and Lagavulin in direct comparison - probably because, apart from the guttural engines of Islay peat at their hearts, they remain very different and distinct creatures. Laphroaig 25 Year Old Cask Strength 2019 Edition. hide. Also generally speaking, recently I feel like the Uigeadail is getting way over-hyped. What a cask! I really think these SMWS cask are amongst some of the very best 70s Ardbegs ever bottled. Probably the most pungent of all Islay malts, Lagavulin is not for the faint-hearted but inspires fanatical devotion in its many followers. The nose of Ardbeg Uigeadail takes you straight to the windswept shores of Islay, featuring seashells, brine and iodine. Lots of hessian, paraffin, tar, iodine drops, dried kelp, seaweed crackers and anchovy paste. La distillerie Ardbeg élabore le single malt le plus tourbé d'Ecosse. I know we haven’t mentioned sherry thus far, but it pervades everything rather perfectly. SGP: 477 - 93 points. For me personally I prefer the Lagavulin 16...Just a bit more "refined", or "softer" on my palate that the Uigeadail. Bottom Line – Lagavulin vs Laphroaig. Nose: Surprisingly mild peat level (for an Ardbeg), salt, sea air, wet rocks, vanilla, sherry with mild chocolate and raisins. Both are great and the advice here is good, especially from @Jonathan. Par le passé, l'absence de ventilation dans les fours de séchage du malt retenait la fumée de tourbe, expliquant ainsi le caractère très tourbé de son single malt. Amongst it all there’s bitter marmalade, smoked dark chocolate with sea salt, hessian, wet leaves, wine cellar must, black truffle oil, smoked mint, iodine drops and natural tar. More from Ardbeg. With water: green olives, anchovy paste, sardines, salty butter with chives. Indeed, its reputation notwithstanding, the phenols in an ultra-aged Lagavulin… For someone who only knows them from a historical perspective, and based on your description of the whiskies, I would see Mays as Lagavulin 16, and Mantle as Uigeadail. Lagavulin 16 ans coffret Livre. and see what's what! Others follow their nose, their destiny or the advice of a good friend. The kind of that totally dominates you from the get go and all you can do is follow it and try to keep up. Despite the power you sense underneath everything unfolds with deft precision and control. What’s impressive is not the power but the restraint; you don’t really feel that vertiginous alcohol. Poise, power, balance and beautiful structure. All the while this very mature, honeyed profile - which wouldn’t be out of place in a very old Glen Grant for example - is ever-present. Continues this tight rope ballet between gamey cured meats, embrocations, tar, earth and a heavy bassy peat note. Nose: Old Lagavulin + sherry = beauty! A supple dose of chocolate joins the smoke for a finish that can linger into the wee small hours. That never happened, but you don't have to imagine a liquor cabinet with both the Uigeadail and Lagavulin 16. I believe it is the 10 with a sherry finish. Even with the low abv, the Lagavulin is fairly intense as well. best. More black pepper, more olives, more brine, more smoked sea salt, more olive oil, more medicine, more herbs and more peat. I tried this at a tasting shortly before it’s release and remember being impressed, but I never managed to take proper notes before. Ardbeg Uigeadail (54.2%) – Mmmmmmm. Nose: wonderfully fat, meaty and earthy. oH well. All manner of earthy, sooty, smoky and peaty complexities fizzing and popping. May I ask what it is more specifically that you find lacking in the Lag 16? The Corryvreckan expression was launched in 2009 (after an initial 5,000 preview bottles were released to Ardbeg Committee members in 2008). Ardbeg An Oa, Gift Box 70cl. SGP: 556 - 92 points. A fairly thick and slithery peat with lots of iodine, punchy medicines, seawater and a whole bucket of petrol. Willie Mays or Mickey Mantle? In the middle sweet vanilla floats about mingling with bits of toasted nuts and pine needles. With sipping, an intense salty and oceanic blast hits right away with the peat coming in as a strong second. Lots of dried smoked herbs, peat, frying bacon, seawater, tarry rope, anthracite embers and mercurochrome. Very hard to find here, especially off-line. But this Lagavulin is still fresh, vivid, coastal and bursting with complexity and life. It doesn' seem to detract from the quality of the whisky though. Huge thanks to Gary, John, Harrison, Emmanuel, Jonny and Dirk. It usually is at or around the top of recommendation lists for Islay malts. What a nose on this one! Technically brilliant and impressive, but after some of these older style examples you kind of feel it lacks a little soul and class in some ways. I know the Ardbeg is marked up a bit right now but I've heard a lot of positive buzz around the bottle. The kind of gunk you could stand a spoon in and disinfect whole hospitals with a single measure. The lag is more sophisticated in some ways but it also has brute force. Comments: The character and reputation of these vintages of Ardbeg is such that when you write notes, you can easily find yourself getting a tad blasé about a 94 point whisky. Comments: Imagine this at 80 proof. We decided to revisit the smokey whiskies as a few weeks have past since our blind taste testing. Hope this clarifies things? Bart and Scott sit down and compare three peat heavy hitters from Islay. Buy Now $80 . No burn and lots of flavor. Although, let’s not forget time is really the third key ingredient in this glorious collision. Get’s very sooty, mineral, oily and with an almost greasy old Ardbeg peat. Extremely pure and with a big but brittle austerity. And it’s fantastic. Totally thrilling whisky! 38 2oz. The lag has cymbal crashes where the uigie features stomping soldier's boots on their way to sack Venice sometime between 1508 and 1516, slogging through marshes, brackish waters, and mud, with gold and fair maidens on their minds. Just uncompromising, naked and un-diluted raw 70s Ardbeg, bouncing around the glass and quivering with peaty power. While some of the notes are similar, I'l focus on differences between them: the Lagavulin 16 is older and more refined but bottled at %43 (and with caramel). Comments: Water really helped this one by bringing out a more cohesive and classical profile dominated by distillery character and a greater harmony between cask and distillate. Still immensely fresh, vibrant and ‘together’. However I can say that I'm a big fan of the Lagavulin 16. Ardbeg Traigh Bhan. Aberlour A’bunadh. In their 2011 review at Wine Enthusiast--and to the great consternation of those who adore peat smoke in their scotch--they claimed that "here the smoke goes too far." Good point on the colouring CanadianNinja. EYE Amber. Lagavulin 12 Year Old Scotch. Laphroaig 1815 Legacy Edition. Loved my 10 YO Ardbeg … also loved my 12 and 15 YO Highland Parks … reading your review makes me want to go buy the HP-18. For over 200 years, Ardbeg has been made on the small, remote Scottish Isle of Islay. Also profoundly peppery, sooty, oily and still wonderfully tarry. We use cookies and website technologies to customize information and improve your shopping experience all around whisky. I appreciate the Lagavulin for its fantastic integration of flavors. We’ve explored nearly every main range offering, from the 10 year to the Uigeadail, along with several of their more limited offerings. 4.7 out of 5 stars 234. @Russ...as a baseball fan, I love the analogy. Ardbeg does state that Corryvreckan is a single malt Scotch whisky from Islay which is bottled at 57.1% alcohol by volume and…that is about it. It feels quite close to some 1988 and 1990s bottlings at similar ages so we’re in familiar territory. NOSE There is a freshness to the nose that is surprising when you think of what a peat bomb Ardbeg is. It somehow manages to be both complex and overwhelming. While it achieved early success and popularity, Ardbeg hit a roadblock in 1991 and had to close its doors. With water: the power remains but what is so striking is the freshness. I like both. Let’s not forget just how incredible these casks were at the time and how influential they were on broader single malt culture. I admire the uigie's ability to hit the "lower notes" in a more earthy boggy way. I agree with @broddi...If you can find Lagavulin 12 then grab it. save. 39 2oz. 43 2oz. They're both marked at about the same price where I am right now and I'm looking for something to replace my Laphroaig 18. I am dying to try Corryvreckan, but haven't seen it anywhere nearby. Ardbeg 2000 (Whisky Show 2020) Ardbeg 20 yo 2000 ‘An ever-changing world of order’ (57,2%, TWE for Whisky Show 2020, bourbon barrel #1087, 247 btl.) Their Uigeadail and Supernova (>100 ppm) bottlings push the envelope on palatable levels of peat (measured in Phenol parts-per-million, or ppm). Gets increasingly sooty, dry and with a rather burnt aspect emerging. More aggressive smokiness, more jams, dark fruits, plum sauce, seaweed and black olives in brine. The vast amount of whisky matures in ex-Bourbon oak. The Uigey is younger, with much a much higher abv. Imagine an outfield with both. Unfortunately they do not make that one anymore. Single Malt Whiskey: Lagavulin 16 Year Old (purchase online in Calgary, Alberta, Canada). Cask. Mos 14027, 222 btl.) I have now tasted both the normal Lagavulin 16 years old and also the Lagavulin distillers edition. New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast. Soots, embrocations, seawater, ink, tar, TPC and an almost gelatinous peatiness. Fan of Islay whisky and looking to get a nice bottle. so I guess that's where my analogies break down a little. I hope to try the Uigeadil at some point but until then I choose the Laga 16. :). Mouth: Powerful but restrained arrival that then unfolds into the most immense salinity! Ardbeg Corryvreckan, Gift Box 70cl. The overall salinity is increased and there’s this familiar malt vinegar and chip fat morass which once again harks back to an early OB Special Releases 12yo. Ardbeg, Uigeadail vs. Corryvreckan stats: Uigeadail: single malt Scotch, Islay, 54.2%, $80 Corryvreckan: single malt Scotch, Islay, 57.1%, $75 I recently compared Ardbeg’s flagship 10 year old to their moderately peated, limited edition Blasda bottling, while at the same time going over the history of the distillery. Nose: deeply ashy, petrolic and saline. I am against Diageo on principle, but if their whisky was actually enjoyable I'd probably still buy it. Both are bottles that I tend to nurse until I have a replacement on deck... @ewhiskey I can not speak to the Uigeadail as I've only ever had the Ardbeg 10. Ardbeg History. This is my favourite dram buy a country mile if you like your lagavulin 16 and the like then strap in and prepare for the most complex taste explosion you've ever experienced. 94 (£85.63/l) Get it Thursday, Dec 17. 88,50 € 88,50 € 12,66 € pour l'expédition. Uigeadail, or “Ooogie”, as its known for short, is a non-age statement “NAS” offering from the Ardbeg distillery, located on the island … Continue reading "Scotch 100 Review #11: Ardbeg Uigeadail" @CanadianNinja I did actually list the things I specifically find lacking - weak casks, weak ABV, overfiltration. 43% alc. Only here there’s also green peppercorns in brine and English mustard powder. Better than the Ardbeg 10 and in the same leage as Lagavulin 16 (but not as sweet) Better than Laphroaig 10. Lagavulin is manufactured by United Distillers & Vintners, which in turn is owned by Diageo plc. There is no good reason for it. Hugely leathery, gamey, meaty and riddled with various tobaccos, dried herbs, old school cough medicines and umami seasonings. Lagavulin 16 Year Old. Posted by 1 year ago. I vote for both. This was a great time and well run. all the music, I am very fortunate that my friend was able to get his hands on a couple of bottles of Ardbog. Comments: Effortlessly brilliant whisky! Laphroaig 10 Year Old. Lots of black olive, dried seaweed, smoked mint and eucalyptus oil. Ardbeg Uigeadail was voted by the 120,000+ strong Ardbeg Committee as their favourite Ardbeg. I've grabbed the bottle at just over $50 and I've seen it for sale for $90. Just my take. Arrives before Christmas. And so, ultimately, it comes down to what floats your boat. I was going to hold off publishing this session for a while longer as I’m trying not to do these kinds of big ‘bonanza’ posts too often, and especially considering the recent Springbank ‘Megasesh’ we did. Kilchoman Machir Bay is probably about the same age (both young NAS) but Mackir Bay has got a raw and unfinished touch. coffee? Flavors are immediately in your face, and powerful. Smoked malt extract, TCP, smoked meats - indeed, just rather smoky all round. Lagavulin 16 has an almost cult following among many scotch fans. With this fanfare, there is the assumed backlash where Laga 16 is often referred to as overrated in some circles. And it’s fantastic. The Islay representative in the 'Classic Malts' series is a deep, dry and exceptionally peaty bruiser. Or - dare to dream - 100 proof! Distiller: Ardbeg Age: NAS ABV: 54.2% Bottling: L13 148 17:00 6ML Price: $75. Terrific work Diageo and especially everyone at Lagavulin. I must say though it always disappoints me when colouring is added. Mouth: superb delivery, like a very early Special Releases 12yo with a little more age and coconut-flecked sweetness. I too like them both, but the Lag 16 is the constant in my cabinet and the Uigeadail a more occasional indulgence, albeit a very pleasant indulgence. I do think the combo of peat and sherry is the best flavor profile in whisky, and as such, that sets it further above, along with the flavor explosion you get from the high ABV. The added colorant is probably more a dislike on principle rather than an actual effect on the whisky. Really pure sea air in a glass! It’s non chill-filtered at high strength, which retains maximum flavour and gives more body and added depth. 14 comments. I love the Smoke and richness. Mouth: gah! The fact that I do NOT really enjoy the flavor profile in Diageo-cask whiskies is what makes me not buy them. To me, the tastiest, however is the Ardbeg 17. Since I've joined connosr.com, I've seen Uigeadil show up upon every click of the mouse (and it definitelty lives up to it's fame! SGP 465 - 93 points. You also get these beautifully complex notes of toasted black pepper, smoked green tea, natural tar extracts, lamp oil, hessian and candied citrus peels. Still all the while displaying this typical Ardbeg density of peat. The casks we use at Ardbeg come from various sources. Un whisky magnifique qui combine la tourbe, des notes de fumées, puis une touche épicée et une douceur sur le miel et le caramel. Brings everything together around this core of sooty peat smoke, dried seaweed, dried dark fruits, mint, eucalyptus and earthy, meaty notes. East of Lagavulin and Laphroaig on the southern coast of Islay, Ardbeg is known for being among the most heavily-peated single malts made. Loved the baseball analogy @Russ! 19 comments. Lagavulin Distillers Edition 2005-2020. Different herbs is intensely phenolic and earthy with notes of walnuts, honey and bitter.. Smws bottlings are so precious because they show this immense distillate in its many followers the edges,... 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