Speyside Distillery began production in 1990, after a particularly long and exhastive gestation period extending back thirty-four years to 1956 when the land for the distillery was bought by founder George Christie. In the words of the distillery website:
"Speyside Distillery was built following one man's dream to have his own malt whisky ... Read More »
The now discontinued 8 year old whisky from one of Scotland's youngest distilleries. They started production in 1990 after over 25 years of building (a lot by hand) and have now been around long enough to have a 12 year old as their standard bottling.
Spey is a brand of single malts from the Speyside distillery. This Chairman's Choice bottling – aged in a combination of sherry and bourbon casks – follows a tradition whereby the chairman of the company would select his best casks to serve to his family on Christmas Day. The tradition continues and a small amount is released globally on this day each year.
A 1992 vintage whisky from seldom seen Speyside, one of the newest distilleries in the Speyside region. This has been aged for 21 years in a sherry butt, and the cask influence really shows, with rich, fruity notes complimenting the creamy spirit.