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Fettercairn

Inchgower 2008 Signatory Unchill Filtered

Inchgower 2008 Signatory Unchill Filtered

Inchgower 2008 Signatory Unchill Filtered
€39,99
Inchgower 2007 Signatory Unchill Filtered

Inchgower 2007 Signatory Unchill Filtered

Inchgower 2007 Signatory Unchill Filtered
€39,99
Fettercairn 9 Years Old 2008 The Secret Treasures

Fettercairn 9 Years Old 2008 The Secret Treasures

Fettercairn 9 Years Old 2008 The Secret Treasures
€42,99
Fettercairn 12 Years Old

Fettercairn 12 Years Old

Fettercairn 12 Years Old
€49,99
Fettercairn 12 Years Old 2008 Whiskydudes

Fettercairn 12 Years Old 2008 Whiskydudes

Fettercairn 12 Years Old 2008 Whiskydudes
€74,99
Fettercairn 12 Years Old 2006 North Star Spirits

Fettercairn 12 Years Old 2006 North Star Spirits

Fettercairn 12 Years Old 2006 North Star Spirits
€79,99
Fettercairn 22 Years Old 1998 Celebration Of The Cask

Fettercairn 22 Years Old 1998 Celebration Of The Cask

Fettercairn 22 Years Old 1998 Celebration Of The Cask
€219,99

Fettercairn Whisky distillery in Fettercairn. It was founded in 1824 on the land or Fasque estate in a converted corn mill by the estate's owner Sir Alexander Ramsay, Shortly after the Customs and Excise Act 1823 drastically reduced excise on whiskey production under management or licensor Durie.The James was James Stewart & Co. Durie later acquired the distillery himself, and operated it until his death in 1854. The distillery was then known as Nethermill. The stills were Replaced in 1832 with stills of the Shand's type, similar to type Lomond stills. These stills have necks That can be fitted with plates on different heights to influence the degree of distillation.

After James Durie's death, his son David Durie acquired the distillery, and operated it until the distillery was destroyed in a fire in 1887. In 1890, The Fettercairn Distillery Co.. - A joint-stock company - was created with Sir John Gladstone as its president to resume production. It was rebuilt and extended in 1891, and continued production until 1926, when it was closed down.

The distillery Resumed production when it was bought by Associated Scottish Distilleries Ltd, a subsidiary of Train & McIntyre Ltd.. owned by National Distillers of America in 1939.

Fettercairn Malting closed its facilities in 1960, and expanded in 1966 from one wash and one spirit still to two wash stills and two or 12,800 liters, bringing its production capacity to the current level of 1,600,000 liters of pure alcohol per year. From 1971, the distillery changed ownership several times. After a range of takeovers and mergers, it finally becomes part of Whyte & Mackay Ltd.. In 2001, All which itself was bought by Vijay Mallya in 2007.

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