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After a few false starts with burned-down distilleries, the New Lochnagar single malt whisky distillery was founded in 1845 near Balmoral Castle, Aberdeenshire. After a visit from the castle by Queen Victoria in 1848, the distillery was allowed to call itself Royal Lochnagar. Over the years, the distillery has remained active (apart from World War II and a renovation in 1963). Royal Lochnagar is relatively small. Still, a significant part of the production goes to the blends, in particular Johnnie Walker Blue Label. Royal Lochnagar was included in 2005 in the Classic Malts series by Diageo.
A bottling from a modest distillery with a royal warrant. The Royal Lochnager 12 is a good standard bottling, especially considering the favorable price. This single malt whisky easily drinks away. A whisky for every day.
You will not often come across this bottling, but it is now in our shop: a 12-year-old Royal Lochnagar single malt whisky with screw cap. A complex whisky with notes of fresh and stewed fruit, vanilla, salty and a hint of smoke.
Since 1848 the New Lochnagar Distillery may call itself royal and is therefore called Royal Lochnagar. A relatively small distillery in the Highlands with not many bottlings of its own. But this is one of them, from 2003, a 12 year old single malt whisky.
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