The Glenallachie distillery is a located in the Scottish Speyside whisky village of Aberlour. The distillery is a relatively modern addition to the Scottish distilleries built by Mackinlay Mcpherson and commencing operations in 1967. It draws its water from the remote springs in the Ben Rinnes mountains and maintains a low profile and quiet existence and is not open to the public.
In 1989 it was bought by the Campbell brothers who added two extra stills expanding the distillery to a two wash two sprit still capacity.
In October 2017, Billy Walker, Trisha Savage and Graham Stevenson came together to purchase the GlenAllachie Distillery who have over 100 years’ experience between them.
GlenAllachie derives from the Gaelic, Gleann Aileachaidh meaning ‘Valley of the Rocks’. The geology surrounding the distillery is dominated by Celtic runes and Pictish stones, and is the reason for the craftsmanship behind the branding.
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700 ml, 46.0% abv, Scotland )Speyside)
GlenAllachie distillery is an independent, Scottish owned and managed whisky company. GlenAllachie 12 year old, the heart of their range, is a landmark bottling. This is the first time the whiskies have been officially distillery released, their best casks selected and bottled under the careful eye of Master Distiller Billy Walker. Matured in a mixture of virgin oak, Oloroso sherry and Pedro Ximenez sherry casks. Natural colour, non-chill filtered.
"honey, marzipan and bananas, with lashings of butterscotch, raisins and a delicate hint of mocha"