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In 1824, the Miltonduff Distillery was erected at Elgin, Speyside, where an abbey mill first stood. Miltonduff released its distillery bottlings, especially in the last decades of the last century, since 2000 there are only a few releases. Independent bottlings do appear regularly. But as with most Scottish distilleries, most single malt whiskies go to the blending industry, in this case especially in Ballantines.
From 1964 to 1981, Miltonduff had two so-called Lomond stills. With this, malt whisky was produced under the name Mosstowie.
Much of the Miltonduff single malt whisky disappears in the Ballantine’s blends. To promote their own single malt, the Speyside distillery released this bottling. A 15-year-old soft, balanced and pleasantly drinkable dram.
A very interesting bottling, this 20-year-old Miltonduff single malt whisky, matured on a madeira cask. Bottler Ian Macleod released this one in the Chieftain's Choice series at a cask strength of 50.2%. What does a madeira finish do with this Speysider?
10 year old Miltonduff bottled by Claxton's. Our friends from North Yorkshire selected a nice Miltonduff at a very reasonable price. If you are looking for a daily drinker, we can suggest this one!
A real Speysider, Miltonduff single malt whisky. Such as with few distillery bottlings and therefore not so well known. Perhaps this 8-year-old The Golden Cask bottling from The House of MacDuff is an option to get to know Miltonduff in more detail?
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