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Drumguish Distillery

Region: Highlands
District: Speyside

Drumguish (pronounced "Drum-oo-ish") Distillery is about as "new" as a distillery can be, and still have a legal whisky to market. It produced its first spirit in 1990, and officially opened in 1993. It just recently marketed its first produce, a three year-old single malt by the same name. The distillery is located where the Spey and Tromie Rivers come together on a site near where the old Speyside Distillery was located before being dismantled prior to World War I.

3 year old

Proof 80
Color Medium amber.
Nose Light with hints of sweetness, peat, and floral notes.
Body Medium.
Palate Initial light sweetness becoming dry. Some smoke, peat and trace of oil.
Finish Medium in length. Dry with a hint of fruit and peat at the end.

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