Designed by the celebrated Charles Doig, Craigellachie was built in 1891 by a consortium led by Alexander Edward and Peter Mackie (who had inherited the Lagavulin distillery two years previously). Production commenced in 1898. After Edwards retired in 1916, Peter Mackie took full control of the distillery, and much of the production was to go ... Read More »
A young and spicy Speysider from Craigellachie, selected by John Milroy, co-founder of the original London whisky specialisy Milroy's, as part of his Frisky Whisky range. Distilled in 2002 and bottled in 2010 at full proof.
A 2002 vintage Craigellachie from independent bottlers signatory as part of their Cask strength Collection. Distilled on 20th August 2002, this was aged for 11 years in sherry butt number 900077 before being bottled on 23rd August 2013.
A 1995 vintage Craigellachie from independent bottler Hunter Laing as part of their Old Malt Cask series. Distilled in November, it was aged in sherry butt 10589 for 18 years before 730 bottles were yielded in June 2014.
A whisky from Craigellachie bottled as part of the Rare Malts series in the years shortly before UDV (the forerunner of Diageo) sold the distillery to Bacardi. Distilled in 1973 and bottled at a punch 60.2% ABV 22 years later.