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Founded in 1824 on its site in central Speyside, near Elgin, Miltonduff is one of the many distilleries that illicitly produced spirit before its founding date, and took advantage of the passing of the Excise Act.
Traditionally both ‘Miltonduff’ and ‘Mosstowie’ spirits have been produced here, the latter being a variant of single malt produced between the 60s and 80s primarily for blending. The Mosstowie variant was produced utilising Lomond Stills, which meant many variables during distillation could be manipulated to promote distinct characteristics; the Miltonduff spirit is steadfast in its consistency: light, fresh and elegant.
Miltonduff’s spirit character is typically cereal-led and light, although some floral characteristics often also shine through.
A vatting of multiple refill Sherry Butts from the 2001 vintage, distilled at Miltonduff Distillery.
17 Year Old
grassy & perfumed
refill Sherry Butts
40% ABV | 750ml
dry grass, toffee pudding, marmalade, tobacco
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.