The mind bog-gling answer is "yes"! By taming our usual mighty peating levels we have created Blasda, peated to an average of just 8 parts per million phenol (8ppm) compared to the more usual 24ppm. Blasda is still perfectly balanced, but light, sweet and delicious.
But in my opinion, a departure from the great style of Ardbeg 10 years old. I didn't like it.
This dram has a white-like color.
Nose (84): inexistent. disinfectant, iodine, sea, peat, fresh citrus lemon. First nosing data is innacurate as the previous tasting sheet lacked of this field.
Palate (84): . peat, wood, salt, seaweed. Bouquet data is innacurate as the previous tasting sheet lacked of this field.
Finish (76): no finish. a little peat. Finish length is innacurate as the previous tasting sheet lacked of this field.So based on other whiskies I have already tasted I rate this Ardbeg Blasda with 81 points over 100.
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