Often veiled in obscuring most from the Foggie Moss, the distillery has long been shrouded in mystery. Yet its whisky’s exceptional smoothness reveals why industry insiders accorded it a rare top-class status – and why the dram of locals and buckie fishermen has been a secret savoured for over 100 winters.
A secluded site once known for smugglers and illicit stills, the Foggie Moss conceals our water’s source and filters it through gorse and heather, purifying it to the profit of Aultmore’s refined character.
Our malted barley has no hint of peat smoke, ensuring the smoothest, cleanest taste.
This rarest of Speyside classics has been distilled in handmade copper pot stills since 1897, yet for over a century it was only sold in limited editions aimed at collectors.
Sometimes a sly taste of Aultmore could be found in a few local bars, but only if you knew to ask for “a nip of the Buckie Road”.
Natural Colour: Takes its colour from our casks’ wood so slightly varied hues are normal
No Chill-Filtering: We don’t chill filter our whisky; feel free to add ice, and don’t worry if it goes cloudy
Flavour: Crisp notes of apples and pears with an aromatic floral finish.
OFFICIAL WEBSITE: www.dewars.com
*Info taken from bottle