Craigellachie Scotch whisky distillery was built in 1891 between Aberlour, Dufftown and Rothes in the heart of Speyside.
The village of Craigellachie has two distilleries on either side of the River Spey which is crossed by the single span iron bridge, built by the great Scottish engineer Thomas Telford. To the southeast of the river is Craigellachie and to the northwest is Macallan.
Most of Craigellachie’s whiskies have traditionally gone to making up blends such as White Horse and more recently Dewar’s.
Craigellachie Whisky Tasting Notes
Nose : Barley, hint of smoke.
Palate : Full bodied whisky, chewy malt, abundance of fruit,
apples, pears, oranges, sweet.
Finish : Oranges, delicate smoke.
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