The Craigellachie distillery, from Speyside, recently released, only for the travel retail, a limited edition of 1700 bottles of a 33 year old. It is the oldest official bottling ever produced by Craigellachie. The whisky in question presents a gradation of 46 percent, not cold-filtered and no coloration; retail price will be 2000 pounds.
Craigellachie is a distillery under the property of the John Dewar & Sons company, which owns other distilleries such as Aberfeldy, Aultmore and Royal Brackla. They produce also different well known blended whiskies, like Dewar’s and William Lawson’s for example.
This edition was personally selected by Stephanie MacLeod, the person in charge of the quality control and cask selection of all the editions of the various brands.