History: What is today known as the Brora distillery was originally built in 1819 as Clynelish distillery. However, in 1968, Clynelish moved to a new, bigger distillery nearby, leaving the old one closed. In 1969 however, Port Ellen distillery from Islay took over and renamed it to Brora. At first they produced heavily peated Islay Style whisky mainly dedicated for the use in Blends, but later moved on to a less peaty Highland Style. In 1983 they had to close down.
Character: peaty, smoky, peppery
Status: closed since 1983
the oldest Brora ever bottled !!
VPE: 3.142,71 EUR per Liter
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