Caperdonich 21 Year Old Peated

70cl / 48%

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Caperdonich’s 21 year old small batch release single malt was matured in 1st fill American Oak Barrels.

Aromas of soft peat, bonfire ash and juicy oranges fill the nose, complemented by notes of herbal tea leaves, cool mint and wisps of peat smoke throughout the palate.

Original price was: RM1,900.00.Current price is: RM1,500.00.

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About the Caperdonich 21 Year Old Peated

Caperdonich distillery was dismantled in its entirety back in 2011, making it not only closed, but firmly lost. As part of the Secret Speyside series, no fewer than six individual bottlings of Caperdonich single malt whiskies are now available.

Tasting Notes

Colour: Light Gold
Nose: Aromas of zesty orange and barley sugar followed by notes of lemon curd.
Palate: Poached pear and vanilla with a delightful background of floral herbs.
Finish: Long, sweet and smooth.
Aging: Aged in first-fill American oak barrels and bottled as part of the Secret Speyside Collection.
Awards & Recognitions: ISC 2020 – Gold, IWSC 2020 – Silver

History of Caperdonich

Caperdonich was the first of the ‘extension’ distilleries built next to the original plant when demand began to rise. Originally and prosaically known as Glen Grant No.2, it was constructed across the road from its big sister in 1898 – a clear demonstration of the popularity of a whisky which has strong claims to be the first global single malt brand. The timing was not, however, ideal. The wild enthusiasm of the 1890s gave way to the despair of the start of the new century when demand slumped. It was the first great demonstration of whisky’s cyclical nature.

Like the majority of the distilleries built in this period, [see Imperial, Benriach] it closed soon after its being established, in Caper’s case in 1902. Although its kiln, malting floors, and warehouses operated, the stills lay silent, a chill reminder of over-optimism.

Then, in 1965, another boom and Glen Grant’s burgeoning trade with Italy resulted in demand for more juice. An expansion in 1967 saw the stills increased from two to four, while in 1977 it finally got its own name.

It ran until 2002, the year after Pernod Ricard acquired it. The site was sold to Forsyth’s, the coppersmiths, whose premises are next door. In 2011, it was demolished to allow the firm to expand their business. One pair of stills went to the Belgian Owl distillery, the others are intended to be installed at the new Falkirk distillery.

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