type of drink
Ardbeg captures the spirit of Islay better than any other whisky. This applies not only to the richness and diversity of his taste with hints of smoke (the result of the smoked malt peat), but the Celtic style, which not coincidentally was used to decorate the labels of the whiskey. In particular, a beautiful golden knotted ornament of the letter "A" in the name of whisky "Ardbeg" was borrowed from the Irish manuscript known as the "Book of Kells". In the manuscript this pattern was in turn redrawn from a Kilmacanoge cross erected in the VIII century and located nearby the distillery.