From our friends at scotchmaltwhisky.co.uk :
Glen Deveron single malt whisky takes its name from the River Deveron which is the water source for the Distillery which produces the whisky. The actual distillery itself is named the Macduff distillery. The Macduff distillery was established by the Glen Deveron Distillers Ltd in 1962. It was sold 12 years later to the Bacardi group. During its short history, the Macduff distillery has experimented with different distillation methods. For example it was the first distillery in Scotland to experiment metal mashtuns, and it was also the first one to use steam to heat the stills. Macduff doubled its production between 1966 and 1968. Production was increased again in 1990 by installing a fifth still.
The official bottlings of single malt from the Macduff distillery are called Glen Deveron. You will find some bottlings from independent bottlers under the name Macduff. The malt is a component of William Lawson blend.
Age: 10 years old
40% ABV / 70cl
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