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Despite working seven days a week Strathmill remains one of the lesser-known distilleries. Built in 1891 it was acquired by the gin company W.& A. Gilbey just four years later. When Gilbey merged with United Wine Traders (owners of Justerini & Brooks) in 1962 Strathmill immediately became part of the J&B formula. Currently the distillery is owned by Diageo and equipped with two pairs of stills produces over 2.5 million liters of spirit per annum with vast majority going into the company blends. In 2014 Strathmill debuted in Diageo’s prestigious Special Releases range. The whisky distilled in 1988 was aged in refill American oak barrels and bottled at natural strength of 52.4% abv with an outrun of 2700 bottles.
Nose: malty and fruity, ripe grapes, apples, cantaloupe, sugar coated breakfast cereals, vanilla, milk chocolate, cappuccino, touch of ginger and toasted oak.
Palate: lots of sweet cereals, brown sugar, honey, vanilla, baked apples, candied ginger, dash of white pepper, hints of eucalyptus and oak.
Finish: medium long, malty, vanilla, honey, milk chocolate and some Christmas spices.