Ardbeg Double Barrel

Ardbeg Double Barrel - The Whisky Isle

Ardbeg Double Barrel

Of all the luxuries in the world, there are few to beat a generous dram of Ardbeg at the end of a day's successful shooting on a great Scottish estate. With only 250 available worldwide, Ardbeg Double Barrel is destined to become the accessory for discerning sportsmen and distinguished gentlemen amongst us.
The Whisky
A 'matching pair' of expertly selected bottles of highly prized and exceptionally rare Ardbeg 1974 whisky. Alike, but subtly different, each whisky is from a separate barrel of magnificent cask strength malt.
The Case
They are presented in a beautiful, bespoke leather gun case. It is crafted from exceptionally high quality leather, lovingly hand-stitched and finished to the highest standards.
The Accessories
The case also contains the essentials for a memorable whisky tasting.

  • Eight numbered solid silver drinking cups, perfected by Scotland's top silversmiths Hamilton & Inches
  • Two beautiful leather-stitched books †the Ardbeg Double Barrel Story and the Ardbeg Sampling Register
  • An OMAS pen, specially made from mature oakwood in the Italian workshop and engraved with the Ardbeg knotwork
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  1. Philippe Liquors NYC

    312 W 23rd St
    New York, NY
    (212) 243-1355Call
  2. Randy's Wines

    230 E Putnam Ave
    Greenwich, CT
    (203) 340-2927Call

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