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The James Eadie bottling firm was named by founder Rupert Patrick after his great-great-grandfather. That James Eadie was a well-known Scottish beer brewer who was also involved in the blending of whisky. That blended whisky was available in more than 300 James Eadie pubs. Rupert Patrick already had extensive experience in whisky production and trade (including as commercial director Africa at Diageo) before he started in the whisky bottling business in 2016
Bottler James Eadie released a 12-year-old, bourbon-matured and 59.1% strong Glen Ord single malt whisky with this bottling. In Asia, the whisky is known for its Singleton or Glen Ord bottlings. The brand is little known elsewhere, however. Curious?
The Mannochmore Distillery is there for about half a century now. However, as very few distillery bottlings are released, their single malt whisky is not very well known. James Eadie bottled this Mannochmore that aged for 10 years in a bourbon cask. 57.1%
James Eadie bottled 285 bottles of this Royal Brackla single malt whisky at a sturdy cask strength of 58.9%. The whisky from the Highland distillery, which is more than two centuries old, matured for 10 years in a scraped and then re-charred bourbon cask.
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