NV Ardbeg An Oa - 1x70cl
  • Colour Spirit
  • Producer Ardberg
  • Region Islay
  • Case size 1x70cl
  • Available Now

NV - Ardbeg An Oa - 1x70cl

  • Colour Spirit
  • Producer Ardberg
  • Region Islay
  • Case size 1x70cl
  • Available Now
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Pricing Info
Case price: £53.00 Duty Paid inc VAT
Equivalent Bottle Price: £53.00 Duty Paid inc VAT
Case price: £33.85 In Bond
Please note: This wine is available for immediate delivery.
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  • Goedhuis, October 2023

    Named after the Mull of Oa, a rounded peninsula that protects the distillery from the Atlantic’s wrath, An Oa packs a peaty punch, yet the smoke is mellowed by silky butterscotch, sweet orange, and hints of cinnamon. This is largely thanks to a spell spent in Ardbeg’s newly established Gathering Vat, where several cask types, such as PX, virgin charred oak, and ex-bourbon, all combine. Gentle yet intense, An Oa finishes with a delightful medley of pecan nuts, mint toffee, and malt biscuits. A storm-shelter of a single malt.



Though Ardbeg was officially founded in 1815, rumour has it illicit distilling had already been taking place on the site for more than 20 years. Fast forward to the 1970s, and Ardbeg were victims of the global whisky downturn. Battered and bruised, they barely managed to produce a rivulet of new make spirit each year and were on the brink of being torn down until Glenmorangie’s purchase in 1997. A year later, Ardbeg were awarded Distillery of the Year and haven’t looked back since. Like its Islay cousins, Ardbeg is heavily peated with smoke, sea spray, and exuberant fruit predominant in most expressions. The core range of five single malts embodies the distillery’s smoke-soaked essence, while limited releases are the epitome of whisky-making and often disappear as soon as offered.



Known as ‘The Queen of the Hebrides’, Islay has long been the reigning monarch of smoke-filled single malt whisky. Indeed, many historians even believe that Scotch whisky was born on the island, with distillation arriving from Ireland via Islay in the 13th century. Despite its size, this small island is jam-packed with a number of legendary distilleries, such as Ardbeg, Laphroaig, and Lagavulin to name a few. Often described as smoky, briny, and medicinal, Islay takes its characteristic flavours from the peat fuel used during the malting stage of production.