Glenallachie Scotch whisky distillery was built in 1967 by Mackinlay & McPherson Ltd, part of Scottish & Newcastle Breweries at the time. The intension being to supply their Mackinlay blends.
One of the more recently built distilleries Glenallachie draws its water from a burn near Ben Rinnes.
The distillery was designed by Williame Delme Evans the architect also designed Isle of Jura and Tullibardine distilleries.
Purchased by Invergordon in 1985 and closed two years later. New owners Campbell Distillers reopened the distillery in 1989
Used exclusively in the distiller’s own blends, the principle blend is Clan Campbell.
Glenallachie Whisky Tasting Notes
Nose : Light, gentle, slightly fragrant.
Palate : Light malty notes, citrus fruit, barley.
Finish : Sweet to start, pear drops.
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