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MacDuff is the name of the Highlands distillery that releases single malt whisky under the name of Glen Deveron. After the founding in the early 1960s, there was a struggle for a while as to whether the distillery should be called Glen Deveron or Macduff, with the above as a solution. Independent bottlings again have 'MacDuff' on the label.
The question was also whether it is a Speyside or Highlands whisky. One decided in favor of Highlands. Much of MacDuff’s single malt disappears into blended whiskies, especially William Lawson’s.
The Macduff Distillery releases its own single malt whisky under the Glen Deveron label. Independent bottlers use the distillery name, as in this Dràm Mòr bottling. The 13-year-old Macduff is finished on a first-fill ex-bourbon cask and bottled at 53.5%.
The bottlings of single malt whisky distillery Macduff come under the name Glen Deveron. Independent bottlings such as this one from Ian Macleod are called Macduff. And this is quite a special Macduff, with its 27 years of maturation in a sherry cask.
Whiskybroker bottlings go undiluted and unfiltered from the cask in the bottle. Some grit from the cask can then get into the bottle. That's no problem. Not even with this 13-year-old Macduff single malt whisky. It matured in an ex-bourbon cask. (54.1%)
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