kilkerran 12 year old

Kilkerran 12 Year Old


Kilkerran 12 Year Old is a single malt Scotch whisky produced by Glengyle Distillery in Campbeltown, Scotland. It is made with lightly peated malted barley, which is matured in a combination of ex-bou... Read more

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Name Kilkerran 12 Year Old
Brand Kilkerran
Average Price £53.13
Type Scotch Whisky
Region Campbeltown Whisky

Product Properties

Volume 700ml
Alcohol Content (ABV) 46%
Country of Origin Scotland
Created On CasKompare 02-16-2022

Product Description

Kilkerran 12 Year Old is a single malt Scotch whisky produced by Glengyle Distillery in Campbeltown, Scotland. It is made with lightly peated malted barley, which is matured in a combination of ex-bourbon and ex-sherry casks for a minimum of 12 years. The whisky has notes of fruit, vanilla, and oak, with a subtle smokiness and a hint of coastal saltiness. Kilkerran 12 Year Old is considered a well-balanced and approachable whisky that showcases the unique characteristics of Campbeltown single malts.

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About The Brand: Kilkerran

The long-running Glengyle distillery at Campbeltown, Argyll & Bute, which produced Scotch whisky, shut down in 1925. It underwent a complete redesign in 2000 to become the first new Scottish distillery of the new millennium. Its single malts are sold in bottles bearing the Kilkerran brand. William Mitchell started the Glengyle distillery, which was finished in 1873. The distillery's roof was destroyed by a storm soon after it was finished in 1873. Prior to a disagreement with his brother John, with whom he owned Springbank Distillery, Mitchell was associated with that business. However, after the argument, Mitchell joined his other brothers at Reichlachan Distillery before setting off on his own. Due to the post-war economic depression, which was severely hurting all of the distilleries in the Campbeltown Region, the distillery was sold in 1919. It was put up for auction once more in 1923 and sold for £350 (equivalent to £21,200 in 2021) in 1924. By 1925, production had ended and the remaining stock had been disposed off. Due to the Second World War, both a second effort by Campbell Henderson Ltd. in the 1950s and an attempt to revive the distillery by Sir Maurice Bloch—who, together with his brother, also controlled the Glen Scotia distillery—which had been used as a rifle range—failed. In order to renovate the Glengyle distillery, Mitchell's Glengyle Ltd. was established in late 2000. Mr. Hedley Wright, a member of the Mitchell Family, who were the founding proprietors of both companies, is in charge of both Mitchell's Glengyle and the Springbank Distillery. The buildings were adequately repaired during the course of the subsequent four years, being restored in keeping with the neighborhood and the structures' listed status. New stills, malt mills, a mash tun, and washbacks were erected along with new equipment because the previous distillery's equipment had been discarded in the 1920s. In actuality, much of alcohol was not brand-new; rather, it came from other distilleries that had either stopped producing altogether or had excess stock.

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