Distilled at The Glendullan Distillery June 2000. Bottled in Glasgow February 2014. Aged 13 years old in American oak. Bottled at 55.5% Alcohol by volume. Un-chill filtered, no artificial colouring.
Glendullan typically exhibits a pronounced perfumed (floral and honey) character, supplemented by great smoothness and elegance on the palate.
The Glendullan Distillery was founded in 1897 in the outskirts of Dufftown by the blender William Williams. It was purposely located near the Glenfiddich and Balvenie Distilleries, in order to draw on the same high quality of water and barley. Glendullan, like many other distilleries, remained inactive from 1940 up to 1947 during World War II due to shortages of Barley. The distillery underwent a major refurbishment in the early 1960’s, followed by the construction of a second distillery in 1970-1971. The old distillery was eventually mothballed in 1985, leaving the new one to continue with the production and the traditions of the Glendullan whisky. It is now part of the Diageo drinks giant.