Braeval 14 Year Old 2001 - Distiller's Art (Langside) (70cl, 48%)

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Braeval 14 Year Old 2001 - Distiller's Art (Langside) (70cl, 48%)

Bottle No 135 of 480.

A Langside bottling of Braeval single malt, aged in a single refill hogshead for 14 years, from December 2001 to 2016. Bottled for the Distiller's Art series, with 480 bottles produced.

Formerly known as Braes of Glenlivet, the distillery was built by Seagram in 1973, who reportedly were seeking to replicate the quality of the neighbouring Glenlivet distillery. So much so in fact, that the distillery name needed to be changed to Braeval in 1994 to avoid any confusion between the two. Pernod-Ricard acquired the distillery in 2001 after Seagram collapsed, and promptly mothballed it until 2008. Occasional distillery bottlings have appeared since, but there has never been a permanent range.

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