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Fettercairn 18 Year Old 2004 Cask #18146 Old Particular Douglas Laing Whisky | 700ML

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Whiskey: Fettercairn 18 Year Old 2004 Cask #18146 Old Particular Douglas Laing Whisky | 700ML

This single malt was distilled at Fettercairn in November 2004 and matured for the next 18 years in a second full sherry butt. The cask was opened by Douglas Laing in August 2023, independently bottling a total of 290 bottles for the Old Particular collection.

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Size: 700ML

Proof: 96.8 (48.4%ABV)

Origin: Scotland

Distillery: Fettercairn

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Detailed Description

This single malt was distilled at Fettercairn in November 2004 and matured for the next 18 years in a second full sherry butt. The cask was opened by Douglas Laing in August 2023, independently bottling a total of 290 bottles for the Old Particular collection.

Fettercairn 18 Year Old 2004 Cask #18146 Old Particular Douglas Laing Whisky | 700ML Tasting Notes

Nose: Delicate and impressive depth on the nose.

Palate: This is extremely rich and very balanced in flavour.

Finish: Perfect, long lasting finish.

Distillery Information

The Fettercairn whisky distillery lies not far from the River Esk in the Eastern Highlands. Here, at the foothills of the untamed Cairngorm Mountains in the middle of good barley land, Fettercain sits in its namesake town, a name loosely based on the phrase “the foot of the mountain”. Far from any other Scotch distillery, today the distillery uses barley supplied by farmers within 50 miles of it, some of whom are descendants of those who would have supplied the distillery when it first opened for production. With all that local grain and crystal clear water rolling down the mountains, it doesn’t take a detective to work out why a distillery was built here. Originally sited a good two miles further up the slopes of the Cairngorms, the Fettercairn distillery was founded in 1824 by Sir Alexander Ramsay, who licensed it a year later. In 1830, Sir Alexander sold the distillery as well as Fasque Estate to Sir John Gladstone, father of William Ewart Gladstone who would be Prime Minister on four occasions over the course of the 19th century and, during which time, he would not only legalize the selling of bottled whisky to the public, but also scrap the Malt Tax. In 1887, a fire rendered the distillery almost totally destroyed and it did not reopen until 1890. Fettercairn closed in 1912 and production did not recommence until 1939 when Associated Scottish Distillers acquired the distillery. Fettercairn is at present under Whyte and Mackay ownership following purchase in the 1970s. In 2022, Fetterairn initiated a Scottish oak maturation programme. It was ten years in the making and led by master whisky maker Gregg Glass, who had an aim to make native Scottish-made barrels available at a scale never seen before. On the land next to the distillery, 13,000 oak saplings have been planted. A total of 109 farmers signed up to help assist with the project and the nearby Fasque Sawmill is taking care of the logistics. Speyside Cooperage is also involved in the project, removing imperfections from the oak and training apprentices. Bench trialling and small-scale lab assessment are always ongoing, with trials happening across Fettercairn’s considerable number of warehouses where variations in aspects like climate and how it impacts Scottish oak can be monitored. The distillery may be barely 200 years in, but it’s planting for another 100 to come.

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