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  • Ardbeg Alligator Cask Strength Single Malt Scotch Whisky, Islay

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    Ardbeg Alligator Cask Strength Single Malt Scotch Whisky, Islay

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    This item is subject to a 15% Excl GST Buyers Premium on the final hammer price. The Ardbeg distillery has been producing whisky since 1798, and began commercial production in 1815. Like most Scottish distilleries, for most of its history, its whisky was produced for use in blended whisky, rather than as a single malt. By 1886 the distillery produced 300,000 gallons of whisky per year, and employed 60 workers. Production was halted in 1981, but resumed on a limited basis in 1989 and continued at a low level through late 1996, during the period when Ardbeg was owned by Hiram Walker. The distillery was bought and reopened by Glenmorangie plc (owned by the French company LVMH) with production resuming on June 25, 1997 and full production resuming in 1998. The distillery was reopened by Ed Dodson in 1997 and handed over to Stuart Thomson, who managed it from 1997 to 2006. Michael "Mickey" Heads, an Islay native and former manager at Jura who had worked at Ardbeg years earlier, took over on 12 March 2007. The name is derived from the Scottish Gaelic:
  • Ardbeg Dark Cove Committee Release Cask Strength Single Malt Scotch Whisky, Islay

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    Ardbeg Dark Cove Committee Release Cask Strength Single Malt Scotch Whisky, Islay

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    This item is subject to a 15% Excl GST Buyers Premium on the final hammer price. The Ardbeg distillery has been producing whisky since 1798, and began commercial production in 1815. Like most Scottish distilleries, for most of its history, its whisky was produced for use in blended whisky, rather than as a single malt. By 1886 the distillery produced 300,000 gallons of whisky per year, and employed 60 workers. Production was halted in 1981, but resumed on a limited basis in 1989 and continued at a low level through late 1996, during the period when Ardbeg was owned by Hiram Walker. The distillery was bought and reopened by Glenmorangie plc (owned by the French company LVMH) with production resuming on June 25, 1997 and full production resuming in 1998. The distillery was reopened by Ed Dodson in 1997 and handed over to Stuart Thomson, who managed it from 1997 to 2006. Michael "Mickey" Heads, an Islay native and former manager at Jura who had worked at Ardbeg years earlier, took over on 12 March 2007. The name is derived from the Scottish Gaelic:
  • Ardbeg Supernova 2014 Cask Strength Single Malt Scotch Whisky, Islay

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    Ardbeg Supernova 2014 Cask Strength Single Malt Scotch Whisky, Islay

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    This item is subject to a 15% Excl GST Buyers Premium on the final hammer price. The Ardbeg distillery has been producing whisky since 1798, and began commercial production in 1815. Like most Scottish distilleries, for most of its history, its whisky was produced for use in blended whisky, rather than as a single malt. By 1886 the distillery produced 300,000 gallons of whisky per year, and employed 60 workers. Production was halted in 1981, but resumed on a limited basis in 1989 and continued at a low level through late 1996, during the period when Ardbeg was owned by Hiram Walker. The distillery was bought and reopened by Glenmorangie plc (owned by the French company LVMH) with production resuming on June 25, 1997 and full production resuming in 1998. The distillery was reopened by Ed Dodson in 1997 and handed over to Stuart Thomson, who managed it from 1997 to 2006. Michael "Mickey" Heads, an Islay native and former manager at Jura who had worked at Ardbeg years earlier, took over on 12 March 2007. The name is derived from the Scottish Gaelic:
  • Ardbeg Supernova 2014 Cask Strength Single Malt Scotch Whisky, Islay

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  • Ardbeg Supernova 2015 Cask Strength Single Malt Scotch Whisky, Islay

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    Ardbeg Supernova 2015 Cask Strength Single Malt Scotch Whisky, Islay

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    This item is subject to a 15% Excl GST Buyers Premium on the final hammer price. The Ardbeg distillery has been producing whisky since 1798, and began commercial production in 1815. Like most Scottish distilleries, for most of its history, its whisky was produced for use in blended whisky, rather than as a single malt. By 1886 the distillery produced 300,000 gallons of whisky per year, and employed 60 workers. Production was halted in 1981, but resumed on a limited basis in 1989 and continued at a low level through late 1996, during the period when Ardbeg was owned by Hiram Walker. The distillery was bought and reopened by Glenmorangie plc (owned by the French company LVMH) with production resuming on June 25, 1997 and full production resuming in 1998. The distillery was reopened by Ed Dodson in 1997 and handed over to Stuart Thomson, who managed it from 1997 to 2006. Michael "Mickey" Heads, an Islay native and former manager at Jura who had worked at Ardbeg years earlier, took over on 12 March 2007. The name is derived from the Scottish Gaelic:
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    Ardbeg Supernova 2015 Cask Strength Single Malt Scotch Whisky, Islay

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  • Ardbeg Supernova Stellar Release 2009 Cask Strength Single Malt Scotch Whisky, Islay

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    Ardbeg Supernova Stellar Release 2009 Cask Strength Single Malt Scotch Whisky, Islay

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    This item is subject to a 15% Excl GST Buyers Premium on the final hammer price. The Ardbeg distillery has been producing whisky since 1798, and began commercial production in 1815. Like most Scottish distilleries, for most of its history, its whisky was produced for use in blended whisky, rather than as a single malt. By 1886 the distillery produced 300,000 gallons of whisky per year, and employed 60 workers. Production was halted in 1981, but resumed on a limited basis in 1989 and continued at a low level through late 1996, during the period when Ardbeg was owned by Hiram Walker. The distillery was bought and reopened by Glenmorangie plc (owned by the French company LVMH) with production resuming on June 25, 1997 and full production resuming in 1998. The distillery was reopened by Ed Dodson in 1997 and handed over to Stuart Thomson, who managed it from 1997 to 2006. Michael "Mickey" Heads, an Islay native and former manager at Jura who had worked at Ardbeg years earlier, took over on 12 March 2007. The name is derived from the Scottish Gaelic:
  • 97 Points

    Ardbeg Supernova Stellar Release 2009 Cask Strength Single Malt Scotch Whisky, Islay

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  • Bruichladdich Octomore Orpheus 02.2 Cask Strength Single Malt Scotch Whisky, Islay

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    Bruichladdich Octomore Orpheus 02.2 Cask Strength Single Malt Scotch Whisky, Islay

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    This item is subject to a 15% Excl GST Buyers Premium on the final hammer price. Bruichladdich was built in 1881 by the Harvey brothers?William (32), John (31) and Robert (23)?on the shore of Loch Indaal, on the Rinns of Islay, the westernmost part of the island. The Harveys were a dynastic whisky family that had owned two Glasgow distilleries since 1770. Using an inheritance, the three brothers combined their talents to build a third distillery?Bruichladdich?designed by John, engineered by Robert, and financed by William and other family members. At the time, the distillery was a state-of-the-art design unlike Islay's older distilleries, which had developed from old farm buildings. It was built from stone from the sea shore and has a very efficient layout, built around a large, spacious courtyard. The uniquely tall and narrow-necked stills were chosen to produce a very pure and original spirit, the opposite of the styles produced by the older farm distilleries. Bruichladdich was run by William Harvey, after a quarrel with his brothers before the distillery was even completed, until a fire in 1934 and his death in 1936. Over the next forty years it subsequently changed owners several times as a result of corporate take-overs and rationalisation of the industry, narrowly avoiding closure until 1994, when it was shut down as being 'surplus to requirements'. The distillery was subsequently purchased by a group of private investors led by Mark Reynier of Murray McDavid on 19 December 2000. Jim McEwan, who had worked at Bowmore Distillery since the age of 15, was hired as master distiller and production director. Between January and May 2001 the whole distillery was dismantled and reassembled, with the original Victorian d