Wine Spectator: "Peaty. An alluring Islay example, with a big peat nose that's balanced out by salt spray and iodine. Delights on the palate with honey, bread dough and candy flavors that mix pleasingly with the remains of peat and salt. The finish is long and candied, with a whiff of smoke at the end. Non-chill filtered. 54.2 ABV. (2/28/11)"
Wall Street Journal: "Intensely flavored and masterfully complex, Uigeadail (pronounced 'Oo-ga-dal') combines the Ardbeg distillery's trademark smoky character with rich, figgy, spicy qualities from ex-Sherry casks. It's non-chill-filtered for added body, and bottled at cask strength. (4/25/15)"