Dufftown 2007 9 Year Old (bottled 2017) - Hepburn's Choice (Langside) (70cl, 46%)

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Dufftown 2007 9 Year Old (bottled 2017) - Hepburn's Choice (Langside) (70cl, 46%)

This Dufftown 9 Years Old was distilled in 2007 and bottled in 2017 from a refill hogshead which produced 358 bottles.

Dufftown was built in 1896, becoming part of the Arthur Bell & Sons portfolio in 1933. As with Blair Athol, Dufftown was regularly bottled as a single malt, despite its importance to the Bell's blends. When the company was bought by Guinness in 1985, these bottlings stopped, but a Dufftown distillery bottling returned in 1991 as part of United Distillers’ Flora & Fauna series, later becoming part of The Singleton stable. Prior to the construction of Roseisle, Dufftown was Diageo's largest distillery.

Langside Distillers started out as a blending company in the 1970s, producing Scotch brands such as B&B, Glen Drumm and John Player Special. They moved into the business of bottling independent single malts with their Douglas of Drumlanrig label in the 2000s, before becoming a subsidiary of Hunter Laing in 2013. Nowadays they produce its Distiller’s Art and Hepburn’s Choice bottlings.

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