TYPES OF ARDMORE AVAILABLE:

Ardmore Traditional Cask
Ardmore 25-Year-Old
Ardmore 30-Year-Old

HOW YOU SHOULD DRINK IT:

  • Straight
  • On the rocks
  • With a bit of water
  • With club soda
  • With ginger ale
  • In cocktails (Rob Roy, Whisky Smash, Blood and Sand, Rusty Nail)

FAST FACTS:

  • Up until 2007, the brand didn’t bottle any of its whisky as single malt. It was instead primarily used to produce the blend Teacher’s Highland Cream Scotch Whisky.
  • Ardmore was one of the last distilleries in Scotland to use coal fires to heat its stills. Several years ago, the brand switched over to steam heat.
  • Find tasting notes from experts and the world’s “first three-dimensional interactive whisky tasting map” on Ardmore’s site

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