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Cragganmore is one of the rare Scottish distilleries to use spring water with a high mineral content (limestone). It uses very flat stills with T-shaped lyne arms. These two elements together play an important role in producing the subtle and very aromatic character of this single malt. Complex and balanced, the Cragganmore single malt oscillates between sweetness and dryness. Find out more
Created more than 20 years ago, Classic Malts brings together six single malts from various regions that represent the best of Scotland and the expertise of well-known distilleries.
Caol Ila, Lagavulin and Talisker represent the islands; Clynelish, Dalwhinnie, Oban and Royal Lochnagar for the Highlands; Speyside with Cardhu, Cragganmore, Knockando, The Singleton of Dufftown and the Lowlands with Glenkinchie.
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