In an email newsletter sent out to Ardbeg Committee members, Ardbeg announced the impending release of Ardbeg Twenty Something 22 Year Old.
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Labels submitted to the TTB have revealed 2019’s Ardbeg Day release, Ardbeg Drum, a single malt whisky matured in ex-Bourbon casks and rested (finished) in ex-Rum casks.
This year’s Ardbeg Day release, Ardbeg Grooves, is a vatting of Ardbeg single malts that have been matured in ex-bourbon and heavily charred Portuguese red wine casks. How does it compare to past Ardbeg Day releases?
A recent TTB submission has revealed plans for a new Ardbeg Twenty Something release. The first bottling was a 23 year old released in 2017. The second release will be a 22 year old matured in ex-bourbon casks, distilled in Spring 1996 and bottled non-chill filtered on July 1st, 2018 at 46.4% ABV.
Ardbeg has officially unveiled the first new whisky to be added to their core range in almost a decade: Ardbeg An Oa (pronounced “An Oh”). Ardbeg An Oa is a vatting of Ardbeg single malts that have spent time in Pedro Ximénez, virgin oak, ex-bourbon, and other unspecified casks.
Ardbeg Day 2017 and the release of Kelpie may have just passed, but that doesn’t mean Ardbeg isn’t already planning next years celebration and special release. For Ardbeg Day 2018, dig out your bell-bottoms and platform shoes, and bust a move for Ardbeg Grooves, revealed through a recent TTB listing.