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Bladnoch | 30 years | 2022 Limited Edition | Cask Strength | 45.5%

Bladnoch | 30 years | 2022 Limited Edition | Cask Strength | 45.5%

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The southernmost distillery in Scotland recently presented its oldest bottling to date and it is now also available in Germany.

With 30 years of maturation, in Oloroso sherry and Mosacatel casks, this single malt still comes from the previous owners of the distillery, who closed Bladnoch in 1993 and finally sold it (Bladnoch only went into operation again under new owners eight years later - but also only until 2009, only to fall into a deep slumber for another eight years).

Stocks of pre-1993 casks are extremely low and the Bladnoch 30 Year Old is indeed a rare release.

The first batch, the "2022 Release", is limited to 950 bottles and was bottled at a cask strength of just 45.5%.

The leather-covered wooden box is certainly appropriate for the special feature.

Dried apricots, floral and nutmeg, with Seville oranges.
Almonds and marzipan with Seville oranges.
Light, floral and fruity with hints of black pepper.
Category Single Malt Whisky
Country Scotland
Region lowland
Volume 700ml
Alcohol Content 45.5%-vol
Age 30 years
Bottling Date 2022
Number of Bottles 950
Cask Type Moscatel, Sherry
Peat not smoky | unpeated
Filtration not chill filtered | non-chill filtered
Colouring without dyes | non colored
Distillery Bladnoch Distillery, Bladnoch, Newton Stewart DG8 9AB, Scotland, United Kingdom
Bottler Original bottling
Importer / Distributor Alba Import oHG
Alte Dorfstrasse 33, 21640, Nottensdorf, Germany
  • Bladnoch - Lowland Single Malt Scotch Whisky

    Die Bladnoch Distillery ist eine Single Malt Scotch Whisky-Brennerei im Südwesten Schottlands. Sie ist eine der sechs verbleibenden Lowland-Destillerien in Bladnoch in der Nähe von Wigtown, Dumfries und Galloway. Die Brennerei liegt am Ufer des Flusses Bladnoch und ist die südlichste Whiskybrennerei in Schottland.

    Ein Jahr nach der Schließung durch United Distillers wurde die stillgelegte Brennerei 1994 von den Gebrüdern Armstrong während eines Urlaubs in der Region entdeckt. Nachdem sie mehrere Jahre damit verbracht hatten, die alten Anlagen und Ausrüstungen zu finden und zu ersetzen, wurde die Brennerei Ende 2000 wieder in Betrieb genommen.

    Der erste von den Brüdern Armstrong hergestellte 8-jährige Single Malt kam 2009 auf den Markt. Das Unternehmen, das die Bladnoch Distillery betreibt, Co-Ordinated Development Services, ging am 10. März 2014 in Konkurs.

    To the Bladnoch collection