Old Fettercairn 10 Year Old - early 2000s (1L, 40%)

Old Fettercairn 10 1L 40 2000s

Old Fettercairn 10 Year Old - early 2000s (1L, 40%)

It was bottled in the early 2000's, before the distillery dropped the "Old" from the brand in 2002. Old Fettercairn malt whisky has been distilled in the age old traditional manner since 1824 making Fettercairn one of Scotland's oldest whisky distilleries. 

Fettercairn distillery was built in 1825 and aside from a brief period in mothballs in the 1930s, has been in operation ever since. It was re-opened from that closure in 1939 by Associated Scottish Distilleries, the Scotch arm of the post-Prohibition drinks giant in the US, National Distillers. When ASD ceased trading in 1954 the distillery passed through various hands before being bought by Whyte & Mackay in 1973. Despite being an important contributor to their blends, they also pushed Fettercairn as a single malt brand, known as "Old Fettercairn" until 2002 when the prefix was dropped.

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