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Cragganmore

Cragganmore

Original Cragganmore owner, ‘Big’ John Smith choose the distillery’s private location high on the Spey for a few great reasons. Barley is naturally a major crop in the area, the presence of Scotland’s fastest flowing river – together with peat from the uplands to the south is what lured Smith to this ideal location along with access to Strathspey railway line. The perfect place for the perfect distillery. And who could argue with his genius? Successive managers of Cragganmore have strived to continue his vision to deliver the sweetest, most complex malt whiskies: fruity, honeyed notes are often found. And many a taster of has talked lyrically of fruitcake and toffee flavours. In the late 1980s, Cragganmore was deservedly chosen by United Distillers (Diageo) to represent Speyside in their Classic Malts series.

Nestling on the banks of the legendary salmon river, Cragganmore is, for many, the home of the definitive Speyside malt. It is known as ‘the most complex aroma of any malt – astonishingly fresh and delicate’.

 

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Nutrition information:

Alcohol by volume40%
per 1.5 oz serving
Energy404 kJ
Energy98 kcal
Protein0 g
CarbohydrateTrace
Fat0 g
Alcohol per Serving14 g

Ingredients:
By law, Scotch Whisky must be wholly matured in Scotland, in oak casks for a period of not less than three years and to which no substance other than water and spirit caramel has been added. Caramel has traditionally been added only to adjust the colour of the batched product to match the standard of the specific brand.

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