Ardbeg 1977 Limited Edition (located in Australia)

$2,250 AUD

46% 70 cl

Ardbeg 1977 Limited Edition was in urgent demand when it appeared in 2001 as it was a limited edition of only 2400 bottles released gradually up to 2004. A healthy fill into the neck, complete with original presentation box. This was originally an Italian import and bears an Italian Customs seal.

 "...simply one of the greatest experiences" 96 points - Jim Murray’s Whisky Bible. Enough said!

Tasting Notes

Rich and creamy on the comparatively delicate, smooth nose. Soft fudge, peat smoke and cloves. The palate offers more cloves, spicy peat and a touch of iodine, lemon and steaks cooking on a barbecue. The finish is lengthy, with more medicinal notes and drying smoke.

This product is located in Australia.  We also have this expression in the United Kingdom - see Ardbeg 1977 Limited Edition (located in the United Kingdom) – MyWhiskyJourneys



Ardbeg Distillery

The renaissance of Ardbeg is one of the most pleasing success stories of the Scotch whisky industry in recent times. Ardbeg had enjoyed a very buoyant existence in the 19th century, despite its relative remoteness, as noted by Alfred Barnard when he visited it in 1885. Ardbeg had been mothballed in 1981 and remained so until 1989 when it reopened but by then under the ownership of Allied Distillers. They closed it in 1996 and sold it the following year to Glenmorangie plc.  Things then started to happen with the opening of a visitors’ centre in 1998, some deft marketing (including the launch of the Ardbeg Committee in 2000) and the introduction of some imaginative NAS expressions under a captivating new label.

Ardbeg, like Glenmorangie, has continued to flourish under French ownership following the acquisition of both by LVMH in 2004.