Annandale Distillery. Established in 1836 and closing in 1918, this lowland distillery reopened it's doors and sprung back into action in 2014 producing scotch whisky after a 90 year break. Traditional chimney stack and pagoda roof, tie in the history of the buildings with the impressive, modern redevelopment. The Washbacks and Stills share an open plan room. Clean, crisp and bright room is in contrast to many darker, dustier and settled distillery counterparts. The Mash Tun. Where the grain and the water meet and mingle. This is where heating this mixture produces the sugars from the broken down barley grain's starch. From 'porridge' to a hot sugary liquid called Wort, this is drained and collected where it then moves to the wash-backs for fermentation. #scotch #whisky #lowland #whiskey #lostdistillery #founddistillery #annandale #distillerytour RT @malthound: Glendronach 25 Year Old Grandeur Batch #7 at The Whisky Barrel –... https://t.co/5xOvGXmp9L @WhiskyBarrel https://t.co/SkAT…

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18 Year Old 1995 Old Particular
18 Year Old 1995 Old Particular
ABV: 48.4%
Volume: 70cl
Bottler: Douglas Laing & Co.
Vintage: 1995
Age: 18 Year Old
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18 Year Old 1995 Old Particular Whiskey

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Highland Park 18 Year Old 1995 vintage Orcadian Island single malt Scotch whiskey. Single refill hogshead #DL10161 Deceber 2013 bottled by Douglas Laing for the Old Particular range.

NOSE: Opens with a distinct smoky quality + a burnt wood and beach rock pool style.
PALATE: Initially sweet – running to lightly burnt toast + subtle smoke & warm spices.
FINISH: That soft smoky character lingers long plus more spices & sweet liquorice.

Highland Park

Highland Park Distillery is the most northerly malt whisky distillery in Scotland  and the closest Scottish distillery to the Arctic Circle. Highland Park was established in 1798 and is one of the few Scottish distilleries which continues to malt barley on its own traditional malting floors and to use locally cut peat from Hobbister Moor in its malt kiln. The distillery visitor centre welcomes visitors and offers distillery tours.

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