Presented in a wooden box, and accompanying the smoked and disturbed Ardbeg 10 Years 1L. 46% vol., We find the favorite glass of all distilleries in Ireland and Scotland, the official Glencairn whiskey glass. In addition, in a pairing of contrasts, white chocolate with roses and strawberry crunchy cocoa Sampaka and the famous and delicious Scottish Border cookies are joined.
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All the components of the gift come inside a wooden box with handle with black satin cover.
The Glencairn cup is a whiskey glass cup developed in 2002 by the Scottish company Glencairn Crystal. Although it is not the only cup designed specifically for the whiskey , it is used by all distilleries in Scotland, Ireland and many of those in the United States.
The shape of the cup helps integrate and enhance the nose in the tasting experience, positively affecting the aromas and flavors.
White chocolate tablet with rose scent and crunchy strawberries, the minimum cocoa content is 30%. Net weight of 100 g. Dimensions: 16.5x8.5x1.5cm.
With stores in Madrid, Barcelona, Valencia, Al-Kobar, Osaka and Tokyo, Cacao Sampaka produces sweets derived from highly recognized cocoa. Cacao Sampaka was born to spread the culture of chocolate and convey the passion for this sweet. Chocolate artisans work the product from the beginning, starting with the selection of raw material, cocoa beans and ending with the presentation and packaging of the product. All products are made with the highest quality cocoa, without preservatives or dyes.
Delicious Scottish cookies with chocolate pieces made by one of the most outstanding companies in the preparation of this type of candy. Weight approx. 150 g.
Named the best whiskey in the world in 2008 by Jim Murray's The Whiskey Bible, Ardbeg 10 Years 1L. 46% vol. It is a single malt Scotch whiskey from the Islay region, without cold filtration, which shows us all the characteristic stretches of the Islay with great balance, for lovers of peat and smoked, probably one of the best. Complex, peat, smoked and malt.
The Ardbeg distillery of the Gaelic " Àrd Beag" or "Little Cape" is located in Ardbeg, a small town on the south coast of the island of Islay, located on the west coast of Scotland. The first distillations of Ardbeg date back to 1798 although it was not legally marketed until 1815.
The whiskey produced by Ardbeg is considered one of the most disturbed whiskeys in the world, and most of its expressions use malts from Port Ellen with a level of 55 PPM. Ardbeg also does not filter in the cold, thus preserving oils and aromas from malt that would be lost if the filtering was not omitted, and as a general rule, bottling its whiskeys well above the minimum of 40%, highlighting Ardbeg 10 to 46%, Uigeadail al 54.2% and Corryvreckan at 57.1%.
Ardbeg is one of Islay's distilleries with more international recognition, highlighting;
Ardbeg Ten: Named best whiskey in the world and best single Scottish malt by famous whiskey critic Jim Murray in his guide The Whiskey Bible 2008. From 2006 to 2012, at the San Francisco World Spirits Competition, he has collected a double gold medal and six silver medals. In 2015 he won another double gold medal, and has been named the best whiskey in its category, at the World Whiskey Awards 2015.
Style: Single Malt.
Aging: The ages of the whiskeys used at least ten years have been aged in ex-bourbon American oak barrels and the whiskey has been bottled without cold filtration.
Nose: Sweet peat, coal, a floral note, soap and pepper.
Mouth: Slight notes of vanilla and citrus with the powerful and characteristic Ardbeg style.
Final: Long and warm, with smoke and pepper.
Ardbeg 10 Years is one of the whiskeys that every Islay lover must try, a character and a power not suitable for everyone, but for those who know how to enjoy salinity, peat and smoked is an indispensable.