Craigduff 1973 Signatory 32 year old Single Malt Whisky
A very rare Craigduff 1973 Signatory 32 year old Single Malt Whisky. An experimental peated Speyside single malt believed, at first by Signatory to have come from Strathisla Distillery, but after further research it turned out to be Glen Keith.
The process involved lightly peated barley from the Glen Keith maltings, used in conjunction with controlled amounts of concentrated peated water, added to each wash charge.
Bottled by Signatory Scotch Whisky as a 32 year old Cask Strength Single Malt. Which has reduced naturally to 49.4% due to its incredible age.
Distilled on : 04/04/1973
Bottled on : 25/08/2005
Matured in a Sherry Butt Cask No : 2513
This is bottle 395 of only 566.