- Style: Peated Single Malt Scotch
- Grain/Mash-bill: Malted Barley (100%)
- Country: Scotland
- Region: Islay
- Distillery: Ardbeg
- Bottler: OB
- ABV: 46%
- Proof: 92
- Year: 2017
Overall Character: Sweet, Fruity, and Smoky
| Nose : Peat, pear, whip cream and earl grey tea
| Palate : Sweet cocoa, campfire smoke, more earl gray, and some fruits
| Finish : S’mores, hot cocoa and candied fruits.
| Overall : Way too smooth. Partially from the low/standard 46% ABV, something I’m normally not a fan of for Ardbegs. Also, the sweet and fruity notes were present more than the typical salt and smoke of other Ardbegs.