The malt from the Knockdhu distillery was originally re-named an Cnoc in 1993 to avoid confusion with Knockando, but the name only took hold after new owners Inver House, who bought the distillery in 2001, had relaunched the an Cnoc brand in 2003. Today, thanks to some top-quality work by Inver House, the previously staid-looking packaging of ... Read More »
This lip-smacking 12yo AnCnoc (formerly Knockdhu) is a top-quality proponent of the non-sherried Speyside style, showing polished malt and a delicious spiciness throughout a warm, complex palate and lasting finish.
A limited edition bottling from anCnoc, produced in collaboration with Scottish artist and designer Peter Arkle. This second edition has been matured in a combination of American and European oak casks, as selected by distillery manager Gordon Bruce.
The third (fourth if you include Travel Retail exclusives) bottling as part of the collaboration between Knockdhu distillery and Scottish designer/artist Peter Arkle. A vatting of Spanish ex-sherry butts and American ex-bourbon barrels, bottled non-chillfiltered with natural colour at 46%.
The fourth limited edition bottling as part of the ongoing collaboration between Scottish designer/artist Peter Arkle and Knockdhu distillery where AnCnoc is produced. This is a combination of whiskies aged in sherry butts and bourbon barrels.
A well aged 22 year old edition of whisky from Knockdhu (aka anCnoc), bottled at 46% with no colouring or chill filtration. It's a mix of American ex-bourbon casks and some Spanish ex-oloroso butts, adding a bit of leathery smokiness to anCnoc's traditionally silky style.