Glendronach Highland Single Malt Scotch Whisky

Rare and selected Glendronach Highland Single Malt Scotch Whisky

Glendronach is a whisky distillery in Forgue at Huntly in Aberdeenshire in the Eastern Highlands of Scotland. The distillery Glendronach was founded in 1826 by James Allardice, was originally a joint venture between traders and local farmers and has been through the mediation of the Count of Gordon quickly the London nobility popular. The owners of the distillery changed hands several times. From 1920 to 1960 she was one Charles Grant, one of the sons of William Grant, the owner of the distillery Glenfiddich. Then took Wm Teacher and Sons Glendronach. 1996 distillery was closed by its parent company Allied Domecq, reopened in 2002 and went 2005 to Pernod Ricard. 2008 distiller to the Benriach Distillery Co. Ltd. sold. Since it is under the direction of Billy Walker and his two South African partners. The barley for whisky is related in terms of a traditional production method of surrounding farms. The water is the nearby Dronac Burn taken. The fermentation process takes place within an Oregon-Pine fermenter. By extension from 2 to 4 stills a larger capacity could be achieved, with their appearance has changed little. Today, the stills are indirectly heated with steam and the very tradional old coal-fired Floor Maltings have long been in operation. From storage in sherry and American oak barrels results in a round taste plum, orange flavor and a hint of vanilla - among whisky connoisseurs of single malt whisky from Glendronach is also often referred to as Sherry Monster. In particular, the old Single Cask bottlings are particularly in demand today among gourmets and connoisseurs.

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