Whisky Catalog by Alternative Whisky Academy
This is a whisky catalog with information about the different types of Whisky, Whiskey and Bourbon, sorted by contry.
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ROYAL BRACKLA / BRACKLA.
Nairn, Morayshire. Grampian Region. Speyside (Findhorn Valley)
Between the River Findhorn and The Moray Firth at Cawdor, not far from Nairn.
|Type :||Highland Northern|
John Bisset & Co. / DCL
Producer : United Distillers.
Rebuilt in 1898 and 1966, Extended in 1970
Closed in 1985 and reopned in 1991.
|Age :||10/Vintage/23 Years Old|
|Vol :||40/43/46 ?%|
Royal Brackla’s location classification is a matter of confusion for some whisky lovers, as some consider it to be a Speyside distillery; however, on the whole it is generally regarded to be part of the Northern Highlands.
Brackla’s history is one of notable ingenuity, due to the actions of a certain Andrew Usher, an Edinburgh merchant who, after joining the company in the 1860’s, invented the concept of blended whisky.
Brackla was naturally a part of the first ever blends, and blending remains an important part of the distillery’s produce today: it is used in many famous blends including Johnnie Walker Gold Label and several Dewar’s whiskies.
A Flore & Fauna bottling was released in 1993-1994.