15. Ardbeg Grooves
Not everyone loves a smoky Scotch, but Ardbeg Grooves doubles down on that flavor in a way that will thrill lovers of the peat. Ardbeg took their normal, heavily-peated whisky and rested it in deeply charred wine casks, which, because of the charing, developed deep grooves in the wood. The whisky is roasty, smoky, and full of flavor.
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