Speyburn 12 Years

Age12 Years
ReleaseFlora & Fauna Original 1991 Release
Label Description

Speyburn is an unusually compact distillery. Owing to its hilly location, on the outskirts of ROTHES, it comprises buildings two and three storeys high. Establishes in 1897 it was the first malt distillery to install a mechanical malting system consisting of rotating drums. Water from the GRANTY BURN is used to produce this light, sweet single MALT SCOTCH WHISKY with an oaky finish.

TypeSingle Malt Scotch Whisky

Further information

Speyburn is the most elusive of the Flora and Fauna whiskies because it was discontinued shortly after it was released when Speyburn distillery was sold to Inver House Distillers in 1991.

We are not certain whether it was ever released with a white cap, since no record of the white capped version selling at auction could be found. However, it was released with a back cap and it has been sold at auction both with its accompanying wooden box and as a stand-alone bottle. Speyburn F&F was discontinued before the cardboard carton release.

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