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anCnoc Single Malt Scotch Whisky aka Knockdhu Speyside Distillery  Information

anCnoc Single Malt Scotch Whisky Distillery Bottlings

anCnoc 12 year old

16 year old

18 year old

22 year old

35 year old

 

Peated Range

Cutter, Flaughter, Rutter (Tushkar Sweden Only)

 

Travel Retail

Vintage 1975, 2000

 

anCnoc Single Malt Scotch Whisky Older Distillery Bottlings

21 Year old

1975 Vintage, Vintage1997

1990, 1991, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999

Highland Selection 13 year old, 26 year old

30 year old

Peter Arkle - Ingredients, Casks, Bricks, Warehouse

 

Knockdhu Single Malt Scotch Whisky

Knockdhu 23 year old

 

Knockdhu Single Malt Scotch Whisky  Independent Bottlings  

Adelphi

Cadenhead's

Provenance (Douglas Laing),

anCnoc Distillery, Knock,

By Huntly,

Aberdeenshire

AB38 7RP

Tel: +44 (0)1466 771223

 

Visitors by appointment

An Cnoc Scotch Whisky

Distillery Style Tasting Notes

 

Nose: Light, fruity, grassy, faint peat smoke.

 

Palate: Very light bodied, creamy on the palate, subtle traces of fruit, sweet,                                                                 vanilla.

                                                                                                           Finish :Creamy and sweet.

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Founded in 1894  

Location Speyside region, northeast district Huntly

Water source Local springs on Knock hill

 

anCnoc  Distillery Equipment

 

Stainless Steel lined semi-lauter mash tun (5 Tonnes)

8 Oregon pine  washbacks

2 squat stills with boil balls in their necks and worm tub

 

Produces un-peated and peated spirit

Storage on site is four warehouses (1 Rack 3 Dunnage)

Matured in ex Bourbon casks with an additional 15% in Sherry Butts

anCnoc Malt Whisky Distillery History

The Knockdhu Distillery, from which anCnoc comes, was founded in 1894 following the discovery of several springs of the purest, crystal clear water on the southern slopes of the Knock Hill

 

Situated beneath the Knock Hill, known to local villagers by its Gaelic name of anCnoc.  Transformed by the Scottish wind and heather, the Knock Hill appears black from a distance, hence the Gaelic name Cnoc Dhubh, from which Knockdhu originates

 

Knockdhu Distillery is situated on the eastern perimeter of Speyside, which is renowned for its pure spring water and fresh crisp air

 

When production started in 1894 the Distillery was a showpiece, the two pot stills could turn out 2500 gallons of spirit per week

 

Today, the two original pot stills remain in the Distillery, providing anCnoc with its traditional distinctive flavour as tasted over 100 years ago.

 

Knockdhu has two tall ball shaped stills that produce 11,000 litres of spirit, which equals 4,750 six-pack cases

 

The conventional, cast iron mashtun’s produce a very clear wort, with a mash size of 4150kg

 

With six wooden washbacks in total, the average volume produced is 21500 litres.  The wooden washbacks generate a more consistent wash, most distilleries today use new steel versions

 

Traditional worm tubs which were used in the original whisky making process are still used today to produce the finished whisky

 

The new make characteristics are clean, sharp, citrus, estery and floral

 

The typical spirit Vat strength is 69% Volume.

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