Ardnamurchan AD/ 07.21:05 Western Highland Single Malt Scotch Whisky 46.8% 70cl

Ardnamurchan Distillery
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Ardnamurchan AD/07.21:05 Western Highland Single Malt Scotch Whisky 46.8% 70cl

The Ardnamurchan Distillery was opened in 2014 and AD/07.21.05 was one of Ardnamurchan's early distillery release bottles in 2021.

AD/07.21:05 uses 50% peated and 50% unpeated single malt. Matured in 65% Bourbon casks and 35% sherry casks. Bottled without chill-filtration, this whisky retains original colour, aromas and taste.

The Ardnamurchan peninsula is famous for its outstanding and untouched beauty and abundance of natural resources. The Distillery is situated half way along the peninsula in the small village of Glenbeg. It was designed to both look like a distillery and to fit in with the surrounding buildings. 

All the power and heat requirements for Ardnamurchan Distillery come from local renewables, the river that provides the distillery’s cooling water has a hydro-electricity generator, solar panels provide the energy and the biomass boiler is fuelled by wood chip from local forestry. The overall footprint of the distillery is a light one.

In addition, the co-products of the whisky making process are recycled on the peninsula. An example of this being the still energy rich draff, a co-product from the mashing, is combined with the pot ale to produce animal feed for the use on the peninsula.

The entire process has been designed to create an overall flavour profile that is expected of the West coast of Scotland, gentle peat smoke, rich and oily with honey, fruit and salinity on the palate. 

The Distillery use blockchain technology to store the production information about each and every bottle they make. Some of this information can be accessed by scanning the QR code on the back of each bottle of AD Whisky. You can learn everything about its provenance, from barley to bottle for full transparency.

The Ardnamurchan Distillery is on the most westerly point of the Scottish mainland. This area has a rugged and timeless peninsula which takes a good 90 minutes to drive west from Fort William to the distillery.

Due to this remote location the distillery has a local circular economy. All the power and heat requirements come from local renewable energy supplied within 2 miles of the distillery. The Hydro electricity is supplied from the river which also supplies the cooling water and the wood chip for the biomass boiler is delivered by tractor from the nearby sustainable forest.

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Western Highlands
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