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Teaninich was founded and built in 1817 by Hugh Munro on his estate of Teaninich Castle, Alness. Despite an initial difficulty of procuring barley whisky owing to a high demand from illegal distilleries, by 1830 Teaninich produced 30 times more spirit than it did at its founding. The distillery suspended production between 1939 and 1946 due to barley shortages during World War II.
Today Teaninich plays an important role for its owner, Diageo, in providing a signnificant volume of single malt whisky for use in its blending operations – Teaninich is one of its largest players.
A relatively long fermentation time is utilised at Teaninich, as well as large ball-type stills with slightly downwardly sloping lynne arms. The result? A particularly wonderful grassy and somewhat oily spirit that is fantastic for blending, and more magical yet as a single malt.
A single cask, cask strength and un-chillfiltered expression from Teaninich Distillery, matured in an ex-Bourbon Hogshead.
13 Year Old
grassy & perfumed
56.1% ABV | 750ml
freshly cut grass, golden syrup, orange peel
The most vast of all the regions, spanning the best part of Scotland's mainland. The Highland region has no particular style, and so can't really be categorized. However some of the distilleries here are famous world-wide.