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Founded in 1896 by John Dewar & Sons, nearby the town of the same name in the Eastern Highlands; Aberfeldy sits on the south bank of the river Tay and the distillery takes its water from the Pitilie Burn. Often overlooked, Aberfeldy sells a mere 6,000 cases a year, even since being bought up by Bacardi in 1998, a century after production first began at the distillery. However, Bacardi has been, of late, auspiciously promoting the distillery and drawing consumer attention to Dewar’s White Label, widely recognised in the US as a premium blended Scotch whisky; White Label's chief ingredient being Aberfeldy.

In 2008, Dewar launched the Whisky Challenge, a campaign conceived to increase brand recognition of White Label. The Whisky Challenge was based at various airports and involved a blind taste test, whereby travellers could compare it with other premium Scotch blends. Of late, annual production capacity has been increased to 3.5 million litres by the addition of new employees, a longer working week and shorter fermentation time.

In 2014, an additional washback was installed alongside a £1.2 million biomass boiler, with the aim of reducing greenhouse gas emissions by up to 90%.

The portfolio of Aberfeldy consisted of just three expressions for many years, including a 12 year old, a 21 year old and a rare 25 year old. However, in 2015 Aberfeldy released an all new 16 year old single malt, finished in Oloroso sherry casks. A new, permanent, five-strong range is to be created.

Aberfeldy 14 Year Old 1994 - Old Malt Cask (Douglas Laing)

70cl, 50%

14 year old single cask Aberfeldy, distilled in June 1994, aged in a refill hogshead and bottled in March of 2009. A release of 338 bottles, bottled by Douglas Laing.  More info

Aberfeldy 14 Year Old 1994 - Old Malt Cask (Douglas Laing)

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