Bladnoch - Special Label 22 Year Old - Lowland Malt

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Bladnoch - Special Label 22 Year Old
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Description:
The oldest bottling available to date from Bladnoch. This bottling was distilled just before Diageo's closure of the distillery.
A single cask whisky left at it's natural strength which has a special label detailing cask number along with distillation and bottling dates.

Non chill filtered and no caramel colouring.




Category(s):     Single Malt Whisky

Producer: Bladnoch
ABV:   49.5%
Age:   22
Bottler:   Distillery Bottled
Brand:   Bladnoch
Cask Strength:   Yes
Chill Filtered:   No
Country of Origin:   Scotland
Distillation Method:   Pot Still
Distillery:   Bladnoch near Wigtown/Lowlands
Grain:   Barley
Kosher:   Yes
Non Chill Filtered:   Yes
Region:   Lowland
Single Barrel:   Yes
Smoky (Peaty):   Non Peated

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Bladnoch - Belted Galloway Label 11 Year OldIn Stock   70cl Bottle£ 42.34
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Bladnoch - Distillers Choice Lightly Peated SpecialIn Stock   70cl Bottle£ 36.24
Bladnoch - Distillery Label 11 Year OldIn Stock   70cl Bottle£ 38.47
Bladnoch - Lightly Peated Sherry Matured Sheep Label 11 Year OldIn Stock   70cl Bottle£ 42.24
Bladnoch - Sherry Matured Label 12 Year OldIn Stock   70cl Bottle£ 41.47

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Producer Information

The most southerly of all the Distilleries is Bladnoch which stands on the river of that name at Wigstown on the Machars Peninsula of Galloway. This area is steeped in Celtic history and saw the beginnings of Christianity in Scotland.
The distillery was founded in 1817 and changed hands many times during the 20 century. It was closed from 1938-1956 during which the distilling equipment was removed and shipped to Sweden. It was latterly owned by Inverhouse (1973-1983), who sold it to Arthur Bell & Sons PLC, who were subsequently taken over by United Distillers. The distillery was closed in 1993.
In 1994 Raymond Armstrong purchased the distillery and opened a visitors' centre. In 2000, production of whisky recommenced.
Although the distillery does not operate the triple distillation process, it does produce a typical Lowland style of malt whisky.

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