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There is not too much information available about Stronachie Distillery, it was located in Perthshire and operated from the early 1890s to 1928. The Scottish agent for the whisky was Dewar Rattray Ltd. The company was inactive for decades, then in 2002 it resurfaced as A.D. Rattray Ltd with Tim Morrison, previously of Morrison Bowmore and fourth generation descendant of Andrew Dewar Rattray, at the helm. After acquiring a bottle of 1904 Stronachie single malt Mr. Morrison decided to replicate its profile and the closest match was Benrinnes. Stronachie 18 years old was added to the line in 2010. It is an small batch whisky aged in mix of ex-bourbon and ex-sherry casks usually of equal proportions.
Nose: complex, malty and fruity, honey, dark chocolate, nuts, raisins, baked apples, hint of nutmeg, touch of hay and distant whiff of peat smoke.
Palate: malty with distinct sherry notes, honey, chocolate-coated hazelnuts, raisins, dried apricots, hints of pepper and nutmeg and trace of herbs.
Finish: medium long, malted barley, dried herbs, hints of peat and oak.