Caperdonich Speyside Single Malt Scotch Whisky

Rare and selected Caperdonich Speyside Single Malt Scotch Whisky

Caperdonich is a former distillery in Rothes, Morayshire in Scotland. The distillery was in 1897 by James Grant Glen Grant No. 2 established opposite of Glen Grant. The two distilleries were up to the first closure of Glen Grant No. 2 1902 connected by a pipeline. In 1965 the distillery was renovated by Glenlivet Distilleries and reopened under the name Caperdonich. 1967 it was extended by two stills to four. In 1977 she went to Seagram, the Spirits of Caperdonich were used almost exclusively in the blends of Chivas Regal, Queen Anne, Passport and Something Special. In 2001, the acquisition of Pernod Ricard, which they quietly laid in August 2002 and sold parts of the site was carried out. The end of 2010 the distillery was demolished. The The Owl Distillery from Belgium has now acquired a Wash- and Spirit Still the distillery, three existing fermentation tanks went to the distillery Wolfburn and are operating there. The water belonging to the Speyside distillery was from Blackburn (Caperdonich well). The distillery had a mash tun (mash do) (4.6 t) of stainless steel and eight fermenting tanks (wash-backs) (together 184,000 l). was distilled into two wash stills (together 23,000 l) and two spirit stills (together 14,000 l). Caperdonich is now one of the Closed Distilleries, has become a piece of Whisky History and lives by even a few more on the market remaining barrels and bottles. The now almost legendary bottlings particular that were distilled by the end of the 60s and the early 70s, have an extraordinary quality and count among connoisseurs and collectors today to the coveted single malt whiskies and rare on the market.

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