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Blair Athol was built in Pitlochry (Highlands) at the end of the 18th century, making it one of the oldest distilleries in Scotland. Like many Scottish distilleries, Blair Athol experienced a series of closures and reopenings and owner changes. The distillery was completely rebuilt in 1949. In 1973 the number of stills doubled from 2 to 4. Now and then distillery bottlings appear on the market, but most of the bottlings of Blair Athol single malt whisky come from independent bottlers.
The Flora & Fauna series is the stage on which producer Diageo proudly presents its whisky brands. In the 2021 edition, this 12-year-old Blair Athol single malt whisky is one of the bottlings that is in the spotlight. A full, fruity dram for a great price
The single malt whisky from Blair Athol, one of Scotland's oldest distilleries, is available almost exclusively as third-party bottling. Like this one for example. A 13 year old Blair Athol matured in Oloroso sherry casks. Limited edition, at 47.5%.
This 12-year-old Blair Athol bottling from Murray McDavid has been released in a limited edition in 2021. This bottler specializes in matching single malt whisky and the casks in which it is matured and finished (here: finished in oloroso casks). (46%)
Although Blair Athol is one of the oldest distilleries in Scotland, it is not very well known. If you want to get to know their single malt whisky, this Reserve Casks bottling from Elixir Distillers is definitely an option. 11 years old and 48% strong.
The Blair Athol Distillery (late 18th century) sparsely releases bottlings of their single malt whisky. If you want to get to know their whisky better, Elixir Distillers offers you an affordable option here. The 10-year-old whisky comes from 6 casks. 48%
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