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06 Feb 2010

Ardbeg Rollercoaster

Tasting notes by Ruben Luyten - Posted in * News

The next Ardbeg is called Ardbeg Rollercoaster. I can’t say I really like the name, but as long as the whisky itself is good, I don’t mind.

Ardbeg Rollercoaster Anyway this document listed a number of brand registrations owned by Moet Hennessy USA… Corryvreckan is there, Supernova is there,  and Ardbeg Rollercoaster was registered just two months ago.

Ardbeg Rollercoaster

In the meantime, we already have some details. It’s made from one cask of each year between 1997 and 2006 and it will be launched on February 15 to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the committee. Price: around € 60.

Update/ Here it is

Ardbeg Rollercoaster Ruben Luyten 2010-02-06
  • jeffardbeg

    The whisky guild confirmed the whisky and has some interesting info and has a bottle

  • Tasty Ardbeg!

    I tasted it today! Delicious!

  • Tim P

    Any details on the types of casks used? How about the number of bottles?

    Great to hear that it tastes delicious.

  • Ruben

    One refill sherry butt and 9 first fill or refill bourbon casks. My quick calculation says that there should be enough for +/- 2750 bottles.

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  • Galli Fabio

    Sarei molto fiero di averne 6 bottiglie di ardebeg rollercoaster sono un amante di ardbeg.

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