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There was once a large distillery, Adelphi, at Loch Katrine in Glasgow, which produced both malt and grain whisky. In 1906 one of the large washbacks collapsed, causing a large wave of alcohol to flow through the streets. That was the end of the single malt production. In 1932 Adelphi's grain whisky production also stopped. A descendant of the Adelphi owners brings the name Adelphi back to life in 1993 as a whisky bottler. The brand quickly becomes known for the quality of its bottlings. In 2007 Adelphi came up with the idea of building its own distillery again, and in 2014 the time had come: the first spirit flows from the boilers of the Ardnamurchan Distillery in the Western Highlands. New make-bottlings are released in the first few years. The first official single malt whisky will be released in 2020.
In 2014 the first spirit flowed from the stills of the Ardnamurchan Distillery in the Scottish Highlands, and, in 2020, Ardnamurchan's first whisky was released. This edition, AD/04.22:02, was matured in bourbon and sherry casks. (46.8%)
The first Ardnamurchan single malt whisky was released in 2020. The Ardnamurchan Distillery in the Western Highlands has since released dozens of bottlings already. This is one of them, from 2023. The malt is finished in rum casks and bottled at 55% ABV.
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