Uigeadail means "a mysterious and dark place" in Scottish Gaelic, and is named for the Loch from where Ardbeg draws its water. The nose is multifaceted, notes of peat and little flourishes of darkish sugar, freshly ground espresso beans, cereal notes and a tar. On the palate, sweet, mature fruit and forest honey. A good serving of malt. Then comes barley and a strong peat. The finish is quite long - malt and caramel weave their way through dark sugar and peat smoke and only a hint of refreshing espresso coffee before it finally peters out. Overall, great balance and deft.