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Blasda, means 'sweet and delicious'in Gaelic. Those are indeed the exact words of this great fresh dram from the legendary Ardbeg.
I pour some of this treasure in my green large Ardbeg thumbler. I added a bit water, for letting all fragrances and tastes getting loose. The nose tells me that there are a lot of juicy fruits like pear and apples, smoke and a some peat on the background. The freshness of the fruits are really there. The taste gives a real fresh and a delicate taste, totally not strong, the peat is really not here, it comes at the last aftertaste a bit. Still the fruity parts of fruits, spices takes the over rule in this devine Blasda. The finish is short, peat and sweet.
Marvelous dram for the late night springs and summers. Also good late in the afternoon to share it with love-ones or alone.
Recommended for people who like fresh and fruity whisky with a bit peat in it. You can say it is a fresher version of his 10 year older brother, the Ardbeg 10 years old. a 'Fresh and Wonderful', dram. a Great creation of Ardbeg!