Glenugie Single Malt Whisky 1967. A very rare bottling from this demolished Distillery.
Distilled in 1967 at Glenugie Distillery and bottled 1997 by Gordon & MacPhail under the Connoisseurs Choice label.
Location; Highlands Region. Eastern district.
Water source, Wellington Spring in the local hills several miles away.
Glenugie Single Malt Whisky Tasting Notes;
Nose: Floral, citric fruits, sweet shop.
Palate: Light to medium bodied. Creamy, malty, gentle vanilla.
Finish: Light with a touch of spice and soft vanilla.
The Glenugie distillery was established in 1834 by Donald McLeod & Co;
Built on the site of an old windmill. Originlly called Invernettie. Located near Peterhead, at the mouth of the river Ugie.
The distillery was the only Eastern Highland distillery north of Aberdeen.
Closed in 1983, dismantled and the site were taken over by an engineering firm that came with the oil boom.
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