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The Distillery

Dailuaine was founded in 1851 by a farmer named William Mackenzie in Scotland's Speyside region. The name Dailuaine means "green valley" in gaelic, a fitting name for the scenic geography of the distillery overlooking the Spey valley.

Single malt bottlings have been increasingly more difficult to obtain under ownership of Diageo. Only a handful of official bottles are released occasionally. In fact, only 2% of distillery production is marketed as single malt. The majority is used for blending in Johnnie Walker.

Those that have the privilege of experiencing Dailuaine in it's single malt form are never disappointed. It's whiskies are very rich and full flavoured with tempting fruity Speyside notes. Each of it's rare releases are enjoyed by both connoisseurs and novices alike.

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$599.99

This brilliant Clan Deny Dog Series three bottle set includes three single cask whiskies from some of Scotland’s best distilleries – Dailuaine, Craigallechie and Linkwood. It’s a highly collectable set that contains delicious whisky inside. What’s more, it features three gorgeous dogs on the labels…what more could you ask for? The Dailuaine was distilled in […]

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A very classic looking release from indie bottler Duncan Taylor that was distilled at Dailuaine Distillery before being matured for 12 years in oak cask that have imparted fruity and spicy notes onto the spirit, including citrus, lashings of vanilla and charred oak. It’s a fine expression and one that, as a single cask whisky, […]

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This Dailuaine 12 Year Old was distilled in 2009 and matured for over a decade before bottling by Kamimura Kazuo. It’s a fruity and spicy expression that brings citrus, vanilla and sweet honey that combine with buttered toast, black pepper spice and hints of candied orange peel. A really fine dram.

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