Lost Distillery Archivist Stratheden 70Cl
Volume: 700 ML. Place of Origin: SCOTLAND
Founded in 1825 by Charles Colville, a traveling cartwright who partnered with four other local businessmen. Dalaruan was an integral part of the rise of Campbeltown into a ‘Whisky Capital.’ Dalaruan produced a triple-distilled Campbeltown Malt whisky which was a key component of world-famous Greenlees’ Bros blend ‘Lorne.’ In 1826 they produced 14,295 gallons and in 1885 – 112,000 gallons. Dalaruan eventually sold for closure at auction in 1925 during the whisky industry collapse. At its height, Campbeltown had 34 working distilleries, alas today only 3.
This is tangy, rich and velvety - pleasing in the mouth, it’s a dram that caresses the palate.
Appearance: Full gold, with khaki lights. Thin but slow-running legs.
Aroma: A dense, leathery nose with traces of dry fruit-cake, Madeira cake and tinned pears, and suspicion of scorched newspaper in the background. After a while a hint of pastry, hard toffee, and sweet tobacco. A drop of water increases the pastry note, now buttery, and replaces the fruity notes with waxy green apple.
Taste: Sweet and peppery to taste, with a trace of salt and a tangy long finish. Lingering heat. Similar profile with water, at reduced levels, but without the salt and warm finish.
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