Auchentoshan Lowland Single Malt Scotch Whisky

Rare and selected Auchentoshan Lowland Single Malt Scotch Whisky

The distillery Auchentoshan was built around 1800 by John Bulloch as Duntocher Distillery, has a rich history with many changes of ownership and is located in Old Kilpatrick in the Scottish Lowlands. After his bankruptcy, his son Archibald Bulloch took over in 1822 the distillery, but he also had to declare bankruptcy in 1826 already. Probably went out of existing Duntocher Distillery in 1823 today Auchentoshan distillery produced, but this is not exactly busy. In 1834 the newly founded Bulloch sold and Co Ltd. the distiller to John Hart and Alexander Filshie. In 1875 the distillery was renovated in 1878 to C. H. sold Curtis and Co., which they 1900. Alexander Ferguson and Co Ltd. divested. As early as 1903 was the distiller to George and John McLachlan Ltd., which in 1923 McLachlans Ltd. were renamed. In March 1941, the distillery was partially destroyed in a German air raid and rebuilt after the Second World War. On 3 February 1948 it was put back into operation. In the 1960s, J and R Tennent took Ltd. the then owner McLachlans Ltd. to himself in 1964 by Charingtons - to be swallowed - which were called from 1967 Bass Charington. 1969 Auchentoshan was to Eadie Cairns Ltd. sold, which they sold in 1984 at Morrison Bowmore, which they ended up at the Japanese beverage company Suntory (Yamazaki, Hibiki and Hakushu) ultimately 1994th Today it is one of the last distilleries in operation in the Central Lowlands. The water from the distillery comes from the Kilpatrick Hills and the malt used is only slightly peated. Auchentoshan thus is one of the few distilleries that is still left in the Lowlands and the only one that follows in fact still the tradition of triple distillation. The result is light, fruity, sweet and very delicate Scotch whiskys and experts known for their gentle flavor and with beginners for its ease and accessibility.

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