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The history of the Fettercairn distillery, located in the East Highlands, follows the standard for much older Scottish distilleries: various owner changes, a fire and closed periods. It started in 1824 as the Old Fettercairn distillery, the name under which the distillery bottlings were released until 2002. From that year, the labels say ‘Fettercairn 1824’. Fettercairn has never become a big name in whisky land, despite some surprisingly good bottlings from this distillery.
Some call this a 'summer whisky' or aperitif because of its light, fruity and uncomplicated character. This 12-year-old single malt whisky from Highland distillery Fettercairn matured in bourbon barrels and is bottled at 40%.
Highland distillery Fettercairn is not very well known, but can sometimes come up with surprisingly good bottlings. This single cask bottling is from a 22 year old Fettercairn single malt whisky that matured in a bourbon cask. Bottled at 58.1% strength.
Fettercairn Distillery is not that well known. Still, surprisingly good bottlings of this single malt whisky have sometimes been released. We wouldn't be surprised if this was one of them. Matured for 12 years in a 1st-fill bourbon cask, bottled at 57.6%.
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