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An interesting history, that of the Highlands distillery Clynelish, which began in 1819 when the Marquis of Stafford sought a destination for the barley cultivated by its tenants, and set up a single malt whisky distillery for that. The fuel for the production process came from the nearby Brora coal mine. In 1968, alongside the old one, a new, modern Clynelish distillery was built, which still traditionally produces unpeated malt whisky. Mainly for blended whiskies.
The old distillery did not close until 1983, after it had been used from 1969 to produce highly peated whisky under the legendary brand name Brora.

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Clynelish 12-year-old - Diageo Special Releases 2022

In addition to the colorful labels, each Diageo Special Release has something special that sets it apart from the standard distillery bottlings. This 12-year-old Clynelish single malt whisky has undergone a second maturation, in PX/oloroso casks. (58,5%)

Clynelish 14-year-old

Give this 14-year-old Highlander the time to develop in the glass. You will then be rewarded with the typical Clynelish profile: waxy, honey, oranges, mint and pepper. Just to name a few. This bottle offers great value for money.

Clynelish 1990 Signatory Vintage - Cask 3474 + 3475

You don't come across a Clynelish single malt whisky of 32 years old every day. Well, then this is our lucky day! This is a bottling by Signatory Vintage from 2 ex-bourbon barrels. Only 254 bottles came out of those casks, at a cask strength of 45.7%.

Clynelish 1990 Signatory Vintage - Casks 3689+3690

Early 2022, bottler Signatory Vintage released this special bottling in the Cask Strength Collection. It is a Clynelish single malt whisky that went in the cask, or rather, in two bourbon barrels in 1990. 31 years later bottled in 197 bottles at 42.6%!

Highland Region 2000 Thompson Brothers

Phil and Simon Thompson came across two casks of unknown single malt whisky that really appealed to them. They suspect that it is lightly peated Loch Lomond from different cask types (also red wine? sherry?). The mysterious malt is 21 years old. (54.7%)

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