Cragganmore was founded in Ballindalloch, Speyside, in 1869 and was the first distillery to take advantage of the railway system for transportation, with its own railway siding on the Strathspey route. The distillery was designed by Charles Cree Doig and the stone used came from the local hill 'Craggan Mor' (meaning 'big rock') which gave the n ... Read More »
A special bottling of Cragganmore for Diageo's whisky fan club, the Friends of the Classic Malts, released in 2010. This one has been matured for slightly longer than the regular expression, sitting in casks for at least 14 years.
The 1998 vintage of Cragganmore's entry in the Distillers Edition range of whiskies from Diageo. The whisky has been finished in port casks before bottling, giving it a bit of red wine depth as well as some more sweetness.
Single cask bottling of Cragganmore by Wemyss malts, distilled in 1989, matured in a hogshead and bottled in 2011. Thanks to the zesty lemon flavour of the whisky, combined with some spicy wood, they've decided to name it Lemon Grove.
A promising golden colour on this plain hogshead from Cragganmore, one of Diageo's most well-respected distilleries. Distilled in 1985 and bottled by Signatory for their Cask Strength Collection in December 2012.
At 29 years old, this is by some distance the oldest official bottling of Cragganmore that has ever come to the market. A long-time favourite here at TWE, this is also the top-ranked Cragganmore on Serge Valentin's Whiskyfun.