Speyburn Bradan Orach Highland Single Malt Scotch Whisky 750ml -

    Speyburn Bradan Orach Highland Single Malt Scotch Whisky 750ml

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    $39.99

    This is a light, approachable dram, with notes of malt, biscuit, warm cereal, toffee and bright oak on the nose. The palate is thick and buttery, with crispy barley, thick caramel, toffee and a gentle vanilla note. The finish is short and sweet, with a punchy butterscotch note.

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    Our founder, John Hopkins discovered a unique spot, in the heart of Speyside, ideal for making exceptionally smooth whisky. The region was already famous for its whisky however what John Hopkins brought to Speyside was an innovative spirit and the determination to do things right.While hunting for the perfect spot for his distillery, Hopkins discovered the Granty Burn - an untouched stream hidden in a secluded Speyside valley. He knew that the exceptionally pure water of this burn would produce a remarkable whisky with a naturally refreshing character. Hopkins trusted his intuition and built the Speyburn distillery right there in the glen, using authentic river stones from the bed of the fast-flowing River Spey itself. Over 100 years after its founding, Speyburn remains the only distillery to use the pure, crystal-clear water of the Granty Burn. Set in a steep valley with limited space, the distillery had to be built vertically over three levels with layered mesh drying floors if it was to fit into the narrow space. So, Charles C. Doig, the world famous distillery designer and innovator, designed an entirely new shape of distillery. Doig’s hand can also be seen in the Pagoda style roof that breaches the tops of our trees. Doig himself invented this design to create an even airflow over the grains as they dried. It has become an iconic symbol of a traditional approach.

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