Ardbeg Anamorphic

Ardbeg Anamorphic

Regular price $100,000.00
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Ardbeg Anamorphic turns Ardbeg upside down and inside out, creating an impressive taste of Ardbeg whisky which is only for our committee this year. It has utilized a super-secret cask charring and toasting process named “high mocha” for the very first time, leading to a multidimensional dram that morphs between SWEET, SMOKY, HERBAL and SPICY, which seamlessly merges in a mesmerizing taste experience. It successfully takes Ardbeg to a whole new level by tempering briny overtones, ramping up hidden chocolaty sweetness and magnifying​ the sensations of mocha.


Service temperature - Room temperature
Storage advice -  Store upright in a cool, dark, dry place
Closure - Cap with Cork
Health warning - Contains sulphites
Alcohol by volume - 48.0%
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Appearance:  Pale gold

Aroma: arthy, dusty, and slightly biscuity on the nose, this is a most curious Ardbeg, almost from an alternative universe. The sooty/tarry notes are clear but restrained, and are balanced out by some silky vanilla. Water opens up a myriad of herbal and floral notes- smoked etiver root, aniseed, fennel, chrysanthemum and jasmine, to name but a few.

Taste: The mouthfeel is peppery and warming, and precedes an explosion of fiery, spicy flavours – chili – flavoured chocolate, bitter sweet mocha, briar wood, birch tar, ground black pepper and smoked artichokes.


Enjoy neat, with a little water or 2-3 large rocks of ice.


Islay, Scotland. Founded in 1815, the Ardbeg distillery is revered by connoisseurs around the world as the peatiest, smokiest and most complex of all the Islay malts, while being renowned for its delicious sweetness, a phenomenon known as “the peaty paradox”. Regarded today as the “Ultimate Islay Malt”, Ardbeg is a distinctive whisky with a compelling history. During the 1980s and 1990s, Ardbeg suffered from an uncertain future and was purchased by The Glenmorangie Company in 1997. Since then, the distillery has risen like a phoenix and today Ardbeg is well established as a niche, cult malt, with a passionate following.