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Druichan is another mysterious whisky released by Invergordon Distillers as a part of their Malts of Scotland range. Just like in case of other bottlings in the range, such as Ferintosh or Glenluig, Invergordon does not reveal the distillery name, only the region. Druichan whisky comes from Islay and according to the back label it is named after the river Druich in the north part of the Island. The only problem here is that there is no river Druich (although there is a Duich river). We believe that Druichan single malt comes from Bruichladdich Distillery. Other brands included in the Malts of Scotland range comprised whiskies from the distilleries associated one way or another with Invergordon. Most likely Glenluig was alias to Dalmore, Ferintosh to Tamnavulin and Craignure to Jura. In 1968 Invergordon Distillers acquired Bruichladdich Distillery. Whyte & Mackay in turn took over Invergordon with its entire portfolio in 1993 and kept Bruichladdich until the end of the Century. Druichan 10 years old debuted in Spain and was soon introduced in other European countries.