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Convalmore Distillery was another victim of the 1980s whisky overproduction.
Built in 1893 in Dufftown by a group of whisky brokers from Glasgow and acquired by W.P. Lowrie & Co. soon started supplying malt for Buchanan’s Black & White. In 1925 joined DCL and for the next 60 years Convalmore was found in more than few blended whisky formulas. The distillery ceased operations in 1985, several years later William Grant & Sons bought the site for its storage space; the brand is currently owned by DCL’s successor, Diageo. The 24 years old expression presented here was released in 2003 as a part of the prestigious Rare Malts selection with an outrun of 6000 bottles.
Nose: smoky and peppery, traces of tar, damp wool, oak and peat.
Palate: oily, rich, peat smoke, peppermint, garden herbs, ginseng and ginger.
Finish: long and oily, woody with delicate maltiness and traces of orchard fruit.