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Stronachie distillery was built in the 1890s by Victorian entrepreneurs Alexander & MacDonald, rising out of the wilderness in the Ochil Mountains in Perthshire. Despite its remote location and the resulting challenges, it survived for nearly 30 years before sadly closing its doors in 1928. During its heyday, A. D. Rattray proudly distributed the brand.
Colour: Andalusian Sunset
Nose: Cinnamon sticks, clove-studded orange and rich, moist Christmas cake.
Palate: Crispy pork crackling, white truffle, toffee apple and raisins.
Finish: Hazelnuts and almond, dried apricot, cranberry and a sprinkle of nutmeg.