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Glen Keith Distillery
The site of experimental distillation trial and error for Chivas, Glen Keith was converted in 1960 on the site of an old corn mill in the Speyside town of Keith. Well-established Strathisla is very nearby, also part of the Chivas team of distilleries.
Originally kitted out with three stills, the Glen Keith ran a triple distillation process in its early years, making it stick out as a bit of an oddity in the region, with two more being added in 1970 to adopt the more conventional double distillation process.
A wide range of new-make spirit has been produced here over the years, and vintages can be scattered in profile and flavor. Today the distillery maintains a light profile with pronounced fruitiness, not too dissimilar to the likes of Bladnoch Distillery way down south.
Fresh, cheerful and most amenable to the influence of oak, this malt will always excites. Rarely monotonous despite its simplicity.
A single cask, cask strength and un-chillfiltered expression from Glen Keith Distillery, matured in an ex-Bourbon Hogshead.
23 Year Old
grassy & perfumed
54.0% ABV | 750ml
toffee apple, dry grass, clear honey
Speyside single malts are single malt Scotch whiskies, distilled in Strathspey, the area around the River Spey in Moray and Badenoch and Strathspey, in northeastern Scotland. Although generalized, known as a region that produces delicate and fruity whisky, many styles are produced here. Almost half of Scotland's distilleries are situated here, on the banks of the United Kingdom's fastest flowing river.