Invergordon belongs to White & Mackay of North Scotland Grain distillery. Japanese Whisk-e company bottled its grain whisky – and we’ve managed to grab a few for Whisky Foundation customers around the world.
Era of Grain 23 Year Old (Invergordon, 1991)
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This single malt whisky was distilled in the Scottish Highlands for at least 13 years before being bottled. In 1835, Royal Brackla was the first distillery to receive a Royal Warrant. More from Royal Brackla
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