Thompson Bros - Invergordon 34 Year Old (1990)

Invergordon

34 Year Old (1990) Thompson Bros

£115.00
70cl / 47.1%

Distilled at Invergordon and filled into a refill barrel on the 21st of March 1990 before being bottled at 34 years old by Thompson Bros in March 2024. 

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RegionHighland

Distillery StatusOperational

Bottles Produced120

Size70cl

Delivery Weight2.0 kg

Strength47.1%

ABOUT THE DISTILLERY / BOTTLER


Philip and Simon Thompson announced their plans for the Dornoch distillery back in 2015, with a successful crowd-funding campaign 2016 leading to the establishment of the distillery on-site at Dornoch Castle Hotel; one of the World’s leading whisky bars in Dornoch owned by the Thompson brothers.

Housed in the Old Fire Station on the grounds of Dornoch Castle Hotel, the brothers are focussed on making a style of whisky that has been long extinct, using floor malted organic heritage barley varieties to make it, and utilising long fermentations with brewers varieties of yeast in their wooden washback

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