Tomatin 1967 Clan Denny 44 Year Old / The Whisky Fair, Limburg
The Clan Denny label was originally launched in the mid-2000s by Douglas Laing, and bottled by their subsidiary company, Hunter Hamilton. The brand specialised in bottling well-aged single grain whiskies from single casks. When Douglas Laing was carved up between brothers, Stewart and Fred, in 2013, the Hunter Hamilton trading name disappeared, and the Clan Denny brand remained with Douglas Laing. It is nowadays bottled by another subsidiary, Douglas McGibbon, and has branched out to include whisky from other categories as well. These original Hunter Hamilton releases are very highly regarded.
This is a 44 year old single malt from Tomatin, distilled in 1967 and bottled for The Whisky Fair in Limburg.
Invergordon began distilling in 1961. Traditionally Scottish grain producers were located in the Lowland region, where the variety of crops gave more diverse flavour profiles, and the market in England for grain neutral spirits for gin provided them with additional income. Invergordon broke the mould, capitalising on its nearby port, proximity to the malt distilleries of Glenmorangie and Dalmore, and an upturn in the Scotch market in the US. It was not long before it had moved into the blending business, opening the Ben Wyvis and Tamnavulin distilleries a few years later. Invergordon Distillers were acquired by Whyte & Mackay in 1993, and the distillery remains part of that portfolio today.
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