The history of the Lochnagar distillery began badly because it burned twice before its reconstruction in 1845. Three years later, after a successful visit by the royal family who also visited the nearby Balmoral Castle for the first time, the distillery obtained a royal warrant which allowed it to take the name of The Royal Lochnagar Distillery. Its small annual production of 500'000 litres it is still considered a distilleries farm. During the fermentation process, the liquid will remain a little longer in the vats which gives it that little fat side desired in the final. This whisky is then aged in second fill bourbon casks.
Content: 70 cl