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From sawmill converted into single malt whisky distillery, the Dufftown Distillery opened its doors in 1896. In Dufftown, Speyside. The distillery survived the worldwide whisky crisis that followed soon. In 1933 Arthur Bell & Sons Ltd. became owner of Dufftown and from that moment the distillery became a major malt whisky supplier for Bell’s blended whisky (just like Dufftown itself now owned by Diageo). Dufftown has always been modest in distillery bottlings. These days distillery bottlings come under the Singleton brand as Singleton of Dufftown.
Bottled in the 1980s, this 8 year old bourbon-matured Dufftown single malt whisky. Then as Pure Malt Scotch Whisky and under the name Dufftown Glenlivet (has nothing to do with the Glenlivet Distillery). Taste how malt whisky tasted in those days! (40%)
If the bottler is Scott's Selection, then the bottle definitely deserves extra attention, because special and rare bottlings are Robert Scott's trademark. This Dufftown single malt whisky went on cask in 1988 to be bottled in 2011 at 58,3% cask strength.
Dufftown single malt whisky is known for bottlings under the Singleton brand (Singleton or Dufftown). But third parties also release Dufftown bottlings, like this one from Berry Bros & Rudd. The 12-year-old whisky is finished in a PX sherry cask. (54.9%)
Bottlings from the Dufftown distillery itself come under the name Singleton or Dufftown, third-party bottlings call this single malt whisky simply Dufftown. This affordable bottling from Whiskybroker is 13 years old and aged in 2 bourbon casks. (56.5%)
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