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Ardbeg 1997 23 Year Old Twenty Something 70cl (SINGAPORE LOT)

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Ardbeg 1997 23 Year Old Twenty Something 70cl (SINGAPORE LOT)

Lot Id: 460609


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Ardbeg 1997 23 Year Old Twenty Something 70cl (SINGAPORE LOT). Distilled in 1996, a third instalment in Ardbeg's Twenty Something series, this 22 Year Old is an excellent example of Ardbeg’s rich, smoky character while simultaneously showcasing the distillery’s remarkable talent for producing light, fresh flavours. Matured exclusively in Ex Bourbon Casks, Ardbeg’s characteristically thick, tarry bassline mingles with vibrant tropical fruit notes, seamlessly-integrated spices and a fresh menthol aroma which melds with peat smoke in the long, breezy finish.

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This lot is based out of Singapore, this being the case you (the buyer) will be liable for any extra charges and import costs that could be incurred with import and delivery ( 20% VAT & Duty etc).
At the current rate UK Duty is GBP £28.27 per litre of pure alcohol. Meaning duty paid on a 70cl bottle of whisky at 40%ABV would be around GBP £8.35.
When your bottle arrives in the UK we will provide you with an additional invoice for the import expenses."

  • Distillery:
  • Distillery Status: Operational
  • Country: Scotland
  • Region: Islay
  • Size: 70cl
  • Type: Single Malt Whisky
  • Age: 21 Years Old
  • Number of Bottles: 1
  • Strength (%): 46.4
  • Shipping Weight: 3.00 KG

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