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Allt A Bhainne in Gaelic means "the milk
burn" and is pronounced "Alta-Vayne". The distillery was commissioned in 1975 to supply malt whisky as a
component of the Chivas Regal and 100 Pipers Blends. The distillery was expanded in 1989 and had a
potential output of 4.5 million litres of
alcohol. Allt-A-Bhainne was never bottled as a single malt in the past by Chivas,
Allt-A-Bhainne has only been available
through independent bottlers. It is a
very rich and expressive single malt.
The distillery was mothballed in 2003
but was reopened in 2005 after almost 3
years of silence.
Allt A Bhainne Tasting Notes
yellow in colour. Nose Sweet Fruity -
bananas, soft fruits, strawberries and
cream. Floral, herbal notes. Taste -
charred wood, toasted, nutty with a
slight creaminess. A subtle clean
finish. A refreshing malt with a
clean flavour. A good aperitif or makes
a refreshing long drink.
This is a brand of unusual single malt whiskies, distinguished by their labels, which indicate the region from
which they come. Many of these whiskies are only available under the Connoisseurs Choice range
and pretty hard to come by. Allt A Bhainne
offer you the following choice of single
malts. If you like this whisky you will
have to shop around to find it:
Allt-A-Bhainne 1991 Bottled 2004.
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