The Deanston signature profile of sweet, honeyed fruit with a deep rich finish has been amplified to reach perfection . On the nose, quite aromatic with balanced American oak notes. Floral, malty, grassy, vanilla and honey with hints of tobacco and nutmeg. On the palate, sweet and spicy, citrus, barley sugar, gingerbread, Manuka honey and white pepper flavours. To finish, dry and spicy with a warming gingery honeyed tail.
Distillery: Deanston Distillery
Type: Single Malt Whisky
Region: Perthshire, Highland, Scotland
Goes with: Neat or over ice
Originally laid down in hogshead casks our Master Distiller, Ian MacMillan, transferred this Deanston single malt whisky into carefully selected first fill Kentucky bourbon casks and returned them to the heart of our vaulted warehouse at Deanston Distillery. With meter thick stone walls and roof this unique warehouse ensures a steady temperature that provides year round, smooth and even maturation. Here the casks have slept, undisturbed, in the quietest part of the warehouse only to be awakened when the Master Distiller was confident in the quality and excellence of the spirit.
The Deanston signature profile of sweet, honeyed fruit with a deep rich finish has been amplified to reach perfection - a Deanston 18 Year Old that is the very best that nature, knowledge and patience can provide.
Un-Chill Filtered, this addition to the Deanston family retains all of its natural flavour and character.
The Deanston distillery sits on the banks of the River Teith, the river which acts as the distillery's water source. The waters of the River Teith are among Scotland’s purest and the headwaters rise in the Trossach mountain range. Deanston was founded in 1965 on the site of an 18th century weaving shed, just outside the village of Doune in Perthshire.
The main part of the distillery is sited in a listed cotton mill. A turbine and dam, which employ the waters of the Teith, render Deanston electrically self-sufficient. In 1971, the first single malt Scotch whisky was released from Deanston and named Old Bannockburn. A year later, the distillery was under Invergordon ownership. Deanston had been closed for some eight years when Burn Stewart Distillers acquired the distillery and a year later Deanston distillery was back in production. A further four years after that and the site played host to a gin distillery as well.
Silver - 2021 International Spirits Challenge
Silver - 2021 World Whisky Awards
Gold - 2017 International Wine & Spirits Competition
Gold - 2016 Scotch Whisky Masters
Gold - 2016 San Francisco World Spirits Competition
Gold - 2016 International Spirits Challenge
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