In 1969 there was a drought on the Isle of Islay, traditional supplier of the blended whisky industry’s peated malt and a particularly important ingredient in the popular Johnnie Walker blends. To maintain supplies, the original Clynelish distillery, built in 1819, was reopened to supply heavily peated whisky. But as a new, larger distillery, bearing the Clynelish name, had been opened across the road the previous year, the reopened distillery, for the short time that it was in production, was renamed after the nearest town: Brora.
This is the 2005 Annual Brora release which has been matured for 30 years. This is bottle no. 1220 of 3000.
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