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Bladnoch is the southernmost distillery in Scotland. Bladnoch started in 1817 as a home distillery, and in 1878, on the banks of the river Bladnoch there emerged an 'industrial' distillery of single malt whisky. Bladnoch has a rich history of closures, changes of owners and renovations. In 2015, the Australian David Prior bought the distillery, which was then shut down again. Prior wants to give Bladnoch again the status that the distillery once had, that of "Queen of the Lowlands".
On the occasion of its 200th anniversary, Bladnoch Distillery released this 15-year-old Adela. Complex and "difficult" according to some, but give this sherried single malt time, and you will be rewarded! But then again: no mainstream whisky!
On the occasion of its 200th anniversary, Bladnoch Distillery released this 17-year-old single malt, matured on bourbon, finished on a Californian wine cask. It is a rich whisky with a complex palette of flavors, and despite the finish fashionable nor hip
The Bladnoch distillery once held the honorary title of Queen of the Lowlands. It's no coincidence that Robert Scott chose this Bladnoch single malt whisky for his famous Scott's Selection. About 20 years old, bottled at 55.1% and in a 750 ml bottle.
A real Bladnoch, this 26-year-old bottling from Cooper’s Choice: a combination of Lowland grassiness and the mineral fruitiness of some Highland whiskies, plus the characteristic notes of anise. Bottled at 46%.
Released on the occasion of the 200th anniversary of Bladnoch Distillery. This single malt is a mix of whisky that matured on bourbon and Samsara wine casks. This resulted in a complex, yet easily drinkable dram. Not a moment boring, this Bladnoch.
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