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Ardray® Experience Pack

Step into the world of Ardray Blended Scotch, and bring a friend—this is a tasting experience best shared. Marrying the heritage, tradition, and terroir of Scotland with the delicate artistry of Suntory’s whisky-makers, Ardray challenges expectations.

Designed to stimulate conversations, even debates, this malt-rich whisky offers a fresh perspective on blended Scotch, balancing rich florals, citrusy hints with a touch of smoke and a honey-smooth mouthfeel with a long-lasting, mellow finish.

The vision behind Ardray was simple, but focused:

To create a new, elegant interpretation of blended Scotch that gives whisky lovers a new benchmark of excellence.

To do so, we set out to achieve an exquisite balance of wildness and precision—a fresh perspective to honour the expansive, rugged beauty of Scotch whiskies, blended with the precision and artistry of Suntory’s Japanese whisky blenders. It is a crafted combination of thoughtful elements, created to achieve perfect balance.

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tasting notes - NOSE


Gentle and intriguing, with a creamy sweetness and hints of apple, pear, and plum backed with a soft, savoury smokiness.

tasting notes - TASTE


Floral, citrusy hints with a touch of smoke and a vanilla custard creaminess.

tasting notes - MOUTHFEEL


Silky, complex and multi-layered

tasting notes - FINISH


Long-lasting and mellow with notes of soft smoke and hints of warming spices

This balance of flavour and craft intends to inspire a similarly balanced drinking experience.

The Experience Pack is intended to be enjoyed with friends and family. Ardray is characterful enough to be complex, yet smooth and approachable meaning it can be savoured, without being too demanding.

Ardray is for the open-minded whisky lover. We created it to spark conversations, thoughts, and even debates.We hope you enjoy Ardray’s fresh approach to blended Scotch whisky in an environment where you can taste, think, and talk freely with a fellow whisky enthusiast.


To make the most of its complex characteristics, Ardray is a non-chill filtered whisky bottled at a slightly higher ABV of 48% and with a completely natural light golden colour due to years of gentle cask maturation.

To taste, we recommend the signature serve, Ardray “Off the Rocks” to unlock the deep and complex flavours within the whisky. This can be achieved in one of two ways:

1. Using tongs, hold an ice ball above a tumbler, and slowly pour the whisky across the ice, letting it gently cascade down into your glass.

2. In a mixing glass, gently stir the whisky briefly with ice, before straining it into your chosen serving glass.


Ardray blended scotch whisky poured over ice

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Ardray® Blended Scotch Whisky

The heritage, tradition, and wild terroir of Scotland. The delicate artistry of Suntory blenders from Japan. Ardray is a Blended Scotch whisky that challenges expectations.

Each bottle holds a fresh perspective on what Blended Scotch whisky can be.

A bottle of Ardray blended Scotch whisky in warm light

Experience at Home

We hope you get to enjoy Ardray’s fresh approach to blended Scotch whisky.


It was designed for someone just like you, a curious Scotch whisky enthusiast. So, pour a glass. Take your first few sips. And savour what the experience has to offer.

ardray holding glass with blended scotch whisky

Whisky Stories

Ardray is for the open-minded, and designed to be enjoyed.


We love how it sparks conversations, thoughts, and even debates. We hope you enjoy Ardray’s fresh approach to blended Scotch whisky in an environment where you can taste, think, and talk freely with a fellow whisky enthusiast.

ardray gathering with whisky bottle on table

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