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Daftmill 2007 Winter Batch Release 2020 / Europe

Lot: 276277

Daftmill 2007 Winter Batch Release 2020 / Europe

Winning Bid: £157

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Lot:
Distillery: 
Daftmill
Age: 
N/A
Vintage: 
2007
Region: 
Lowland
Bottler: 
Official
Cask Type: 
EX-BOURBON BARRELS
Bottled Strength: 
46%
Bottle Size: 
70cl
Distillery Status: 
Operational
product Details

Daftmill 2007 Winter Batch Release 2020 / Europe

Daftmill was granted a license to begin producing spirit in 2005, and had not bottled a single drop of that first distillate until 2018 when it produced just 629 bottles of its inaugural release.

Daftmill is a farm distillery, owned and run by the Cuthbert family, who grow all of the barley used in their whisky on-site. The distillery is only operational during the farm's quiet periods in mid-summer and mid-winter, sometimes producing as few as 100 casks per year. 

This whisky is made up of a combination of seven first fill ex bourbon casks. Barrels #47-53 were distilled from Optic barley from the farm's South Fields, harvested in August 2006 and malted in Alloa in summer 2007. The casks were all filled in by Hogmanay (31st December) in 2007.

One of 1690 bottles exclusive to the European market. 

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