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Old Ballantruan

Speyside Glenlivet Single Malt Scotch Whisky
Old Ballantruan

Country of Origin

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Key Information

Other Information

  • BodyFull Bodied
  • BottlerAngus Dundee Distillers
  • Cask FinishFirst Fill Bourbon
  • Cask StrengthYes
  • Chill FilteredNo
  • Distillation MethodPot Still
  • DistilleryTomintoul
  • Master DistillerRobert Fleming
  • Non Chill FilteredYes
  • Single BarrelNo
  • Smoky (Peaty)Heavy Peat

Associated Groups

Speyside Whisky

Old Ballantruan Speyside Glenlivet Single Malt Scotch Whisky is distilled in the traditional manner in the prestigious Speyside Glenlivet region, and unusually for this district, it is made with heavily-peated malted barley to impart a distinctive and unique flavour.

Old Ballantruan owes its name to an exceptional source of the purest of waters, the Ballantruan Spring, nestling in the Cromdale Hills close to Tomintoul, the highest village in the Scottish Highlands.

After 'sleeping' for many years in hand-picked oak barrels, this whisky has been bottled at 50% volume and without any chill-filtration in order to retain its layered and integrated peaty flavours.

Colour: Amber.

Nose: Mellow, malty Highland/Speyside style, waxy, hints of citrus fruits, smokiness and cedarwood.

Palate: Round, gentle malt character of medium depth.

Finish: Pleasant long finish.

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