Peated single malt whiskies are usually associated with the distilleries of Islay, but Ardmore in Aberdeenshire is the only Highland distillery that fully peats its standard malt. The result is a single malt that has been praised for having a combination of flavours redolent of all the great Scotch whisky-producing regions. Ardmore is the main component of Teacher's Highland Cream, one of the world's most popular blended whiskies, and the malt's combination of smokiness and gentle vanilla have helped to make it popular in the US market; 25-year-old Ardmore is only available in duty free shops, while the 30-year-old is only sold in the USA.
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