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Caperdonich Single Malt Scotch Whisky


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Speyside
1898
Caperdonich Burn
Seagram Distillers
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+44 (0)1542 783300
(Call for visiting hours)
Caperdonich distillery was originally founded in 1898 by Major James Grant, and it was just intended to be an extension of the Glen Grant distillery, which is situated on the other side of the main road. The same barley and water source was used by both distilleries and the distilleries were linked by a pipe line, known locally as the "whisky pipe". The distillery was closed between 1902 and 1965 in consequence of the Pattison's crash. The production restarted after a complete renovation by its new owner, the Glenlivet Distilleries. In 1967, the number of stills was doubled from 2 to 4 stills and Seagram (the Chivas Group) took over Caperdonich in 1977. In 2000, Pernod-Ricard acquired Seagram and the Chivas Group and closed the distillery in 2002 with only 3 months of activity between 2001 and 2002. Caperdonich whisky is mainly used in the Chivas Regal blend, Queen Anne and Passport.
 

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Caperdonich 16 Year Old Cask Strength.
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Caperdonich Bottlings


Caperdonich offer you the following choice of single malts:
  • Caperdonich 1988 16 Year Old Cask Strength Edition Bottled 2005.
  • Caperdonich 5 Year Old Very Rare Original Bottling.
  • Original bottlings of Caperdonich are very rare indeed. You will also find that independent bottlings are also pretty rare. The best places to find these Caperdonich whisky bottlings are specialist whisky shops such as The Whisky Exchange.

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