Ardmore's first whisky, Ardmore Traditional Cask, was released in 1998 to commemorate the distillery's centenary. Ardmore Traditional Cask is the only single malt whisky to be finished in quarter casks, giving it a unique flavour and character. The teacher’s dismembered in 2006, this was when Ardmore and Laphroaig officially joined the Beam Suntory portfolio in 2014. Today, the distillery has embraced new technologies, such as computerised temperature control systems, to improve the quality of their whisky, while also remaining true to their traditional methods of production. Ardmore is also one of the few distilleries to produce both peated and unpeated whisky, allowing whisky drinkers to experience the full range of flavours that the distillery has to offer.