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 »
One of the legendary Manager's Dram bottlings, this one from Speyside stalwart Cragganmore. A single cask, chosen by the distillery manager and originally destined for employees and friends of the distillery. This one was aged for 17 years in a sherry cask before being released in November 1992 at a whopping 62%.
A 1966 vintage whisky bottled by Gordon & Macphail in 2006 as part of their Secret Stills series. Aged in sherry casks 1450 and 1451 for the best part of four decades, this is from distillery number 2 – Cragganmore.