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Glencraig was distilled at Glenburgie using their Lomond stills before they were removed in 1981 and production of Glencraig was ceased. The Lomond still was invented as an answer to the increased demand for Scotch whisky following the shortages of the war years. It had the bulbous shape of the traditional pot still but instead of an elegant lyne arm on top, it had a coffee can shaped top with three rectifying plates. The idea was that it was easier to assemble and the finished product would be more rounded and less oily than malt whisky tends to be.
Nose: Treacle tart, golden syrup, oatcakes and toast.
Palate: Honey, Scotch tablet, allspice and dense stewed fruit.
Finish: Spicy and zesty becoming creamier towards the end.
Overall: Bottles of Glencraig are so rare to come by and this malt is so rounded and flavoursome it's a real shame this won't be readily accessible for much longer.
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