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Pittyvaich was built by Arthur Bell & Sons in 1974 on grounds of Dufftown Distillery. It was equipped with four stills, which were exact replicas of Dufftown’s stills, and both distilleries worked in conjunction and supply malt whisky for the Bell’s brand. Despite identical equipment, shared water source and warehouse space Pittyvaich’s whisky varied from Dufftown’s. In the early 1990s Pittyvaich was a back up plant for gin distillation but that was abandoned shortly and the distillery closed in 1993. Pittyvaich 12 years old, part of Flora & Fauna range, was the first official bottling from the distillery. The whisky was aged predominantly is sherry wood.
Nose: strong sherry notes, orange marmalade, maple syrup, nutella, raisins, dried figs, mulling spices and hints of pine resin.
Palate: strong sherry statement, honey roasted almonds, candied orange peel, dark chocolate, raisins, cinnamon, cloves and hints of nutmeg.
Finish: medium long, almonds, dried fruit, hints of cinnamon and oak.