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In 1973 a new distillery, Braes of Glenlivet, was built in the southern Speyside by order of Chivas Brothers. With the sole purpose of producing single malt for blended whiskies. In 1994 the name changed to Braeval (this in the battle of The Glenlivet distillery against the 'abuse' of their name). Only a few bottlers like Cadenhead still use the old name.
In 2002 the Braeval Distillery was 'mothballed' by new owner Pernod Ricard. Production started again in 2008. Braeval has never released distillery bottlings, except for 2 single cask bottlings.
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