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ALLT - A - BHAINNE         13 years old 43%     INFO
Distilled 10/79
Cask No. 026329
Bottled 2/93
Number 1
300 bottles
The Whisky Castle Tomintoul

ALT - A - BHAINNE         12 years old 60,5%     INFO
Cask Strenght Distilled 1980
Cask No. 100027
Genummerde flessen
William Cadenhead Ltd,
18 Golden Square, Aberdeen

ALLT - A - BHAINNE         12 years old 43 %     
James MacArthur & Co, Ltd,

ALLT - A - BHAINNE         14 years old 58 %     INFO
Date distilled Nov '79
Date bottled May '94
Society Cask No. code 108.1
The Scotch Malt Whisky Society,
The Vaults, Leith, Edinburgh.

ALLT - A - BHAINNE         10 years old 50 %     INFO
Distilled 1989
Bottled 1999
Single Cask
John Milroy, London
(Keeper of Quality)
ALLT - A - BHAINNE         7 years old 58,7 %      INFO
Date distilled Aug 92
Date bottled Jun 00
Society Cask No. code 108.5
Outturn 104 bottles
The Scotch Malt Whisky Society,
The Vaults, Leith, Edinburgh

ALLT  -  A  -  BHAINNE      16 years old 43 %    INFO
Distillation Date: April 1991
Cask Type: Refill Bourbon Barrels
Bottling Date: June 2007
Proprietors: Chivas Bros. Ltd
Gordon & Macphail, Elgin

ALLT - A - BHAINNE 15 years old   43 %      INFO
Distillation Date: September 1995
Cask Type: Refill Sherry Hogshead
Bottling Date: September 2010
Proprietors: Chivas Bros. Ltd
Specially selected, produced and bottled
by Gordon & Macphail, Elgin

ALLT - A - BHAINNE  46 %
1 9 9 5
Matured for 17 years                        
Speyside Single Malt
Distilled: 22/09/95
Matured in a Hogshead
Cask no: 147083
Bottled: 10/01/13
349 Numbered Bottles
Natural colour
Non Chill Filtered
Selected by The Ultimate Whisky Company.NL

Highland Malt
ALLT - A - BHAINNE (1975 Oct. 2002) (Mei 2005

Dufftown, Banffshire. Licentiehouder: The Chivas & Glenlivet Group. Onderdeel van Seagram Ltd.
Gebouwd in 1975 en geopend op 26 Augustus 1975.
Allt - A - Bhainne, is 'beek van melk'. Heel moderne distilleerderij, die desondanks niet detoneert in het landschap.
Als herinnering aan vroeger staan er op het hoofdgebouw vier 'Pagoda' daken.
De bouwkosten bedroegen £ 2.700.000.
Gestart met twee ketels, werden er in 1979 twee bijgebouwd, allen direct met stoom verhit.
Proceswater en koelwater komen van bronnen op de Benrinnes.
Er staat één Mash tun van 8,4 ton, acht Wash Backs van elk 44000 liter.
De twee Wash stills hebben een inhoud van elk 22000 liter, de twee Spirit stills zijn groot 145000 liter elk.
De jaarproduktie is vier miljoen liter spirit per jaar.
Op 18 December 2000 wordt Seagram voor 8.15 miljard dollar overgenomen door Diageo en Pernod Ricard. Diageo betaalt 5 miljard (=61 %) en Pernod Ricard de rest.
Pernod Ricard krijgt de Schotse whiskymerken en distilleerderijen in zijn bezit.
17. October 2007
De jaarlijkse produktie is nu weer 4.000.000 liter alcohol per jaar.

Aberko Ltd, a small spirits company in Glasgow has acquired the rights to the name Deerstalker which was established already in 1880

There are four versions of Deerstalker with the 10 and 15 year old consisting of Braeval,
the 12 years old is a Allt - A - Bhainne and a Balmenach 18 years old

Also see Balmenach

Deerstalker Whisky

The Deerstalker brand was first owned by a wine & spirit merchant from Edinburgh named J.G.Thomson. He noted the importance of trade marks and realising that these proud, forthright men opitomised the Highland spirit, registered the name and a label with the character of a Deerstalker in 1880, just five years after trade marks came into being.

Since that time it has been trade marked in every major country . J.G.Thomson’s offices were in the port for Edinburgh (Leith) and became known as The Vaults. The building remains to this day and is now home to the Scottish Malt Whisky Society.

Exports took place from the Vaults to all corners of the globe. The brand then changed ownership in 1994 and trades today under The Deerstalker Whisky Company.

Stalking and Whisky

The stalking of deer in the Scottish Highlands is as much a tradition as the distilling of whisky itself, and may be traced back to the 1700’s. Most estates employed stalkers, fiercely independent men, who were respected for their knowledge of the ‘mountains’ and their abilities to track the native red deer.

Deerstalkers achieved notoriety in the Mid 1800’s when Queen Victoria and Prince Albert rebuilt Balmoral Castle & settled for much of the year in the Highlands fishing and stalking; characters such as John Brown became known far outside the Highlands. Whisky, already established in Scotland now became ever more popular south of the border partly as a result of the bond between the royal family and the Highlands.

Stalking deer in the Highlands has a long and noble tradition and is today a necessary activity for controlling numbers of red deer and for providing much needed income into Scottish estates. There remain today many professional stalkers who have inherited the skills of their forefathers, and provide a valuable contribution to the economy of the region.

It is appropriate that a whisky should be named after a profession so closely associated with the source of the national drink.

Output: 4.000.000 litres
2 wash stills 22.000 litres
2 spirit stills 14.5000 litres

Malt: Unpeated and peated 15ppm Concerto and Concerto blend barley varieties      
Mashing: Traditional mashtun 9 tonnes
Fermentation: 8 x stainless stell washbacks each 42000 litres
Fermantation time: 50 hours
Spirit stills: 2 13200 litres charge
Wash stills: 2 21000 litres charge
Output: 4000.000 litres

50 % of the production is peated with a phenol content in the malted barley of 10ppm

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