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Cadenhead's Invergordon Grain 12 Years Old

Cadenhead's Invergordon Grain 12 Years Old
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Cadenhead's Invergordon Grain 12 Years Old

Rare Bottling of Cadenheads, Invergordon Grain Distillery 12 Year Old. Cask Strength 65.3 % Vol.The company has been founded in 1842 by William Cadenhead and is the oldest independent bottler in Scotland.
An eventful story, like it often happens in business world, with good and bad strategic decisions marked the evolution of the brand from its foundation until the death of William Cadenhead on december 11th, 1904.
The depression years during the 1930's have also marked the company, and its results were not constantly very good, but the firm survived.
In the early 1970's, it has been taken over by the Mitchell's family, owner of the Springbank distillery .
The first independent bottlings of Cadenhead's date back to the victorian era. A rather long experience of one and a half century, and a bottling policy excluding all coloration and never using chill filtering. The bottlings are always at cask strength.


  • Volume: 750 ML
  • Category: Independent Bottlers, Grains
  • Distillery: Invergordon
  • Region: Highland
  • Age: 12 Year Old
  • ABV: 65.3%
  • Availability: In Stock
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Built: 1965. Current Owner: Loch Lomond Distillery Co. Production Capacity: 40,000,000 litres. House Style: Sweet and spicy on the palate with frangipane (more almonds) and vanilla. The Invergordon Distillery occupies an eighty-acre site on the northern shore of the Cromarty Firth in the northeast Highlands, surrounded by some of the best arable land in Scotland. The place takes its name from an eighteenth-century laird, Sir William Gordon. It is one of the best deep-water harbours in Europe and was an important commercial port and naval base. The distillery was commissioned in 1959 to create employment in the area, following the departure of the Royal Navy.

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