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    Craigellachie 13 year old Single Malt Whisky

    Bonfire night: aromas of oozing toasted marshmallows, roasted pineapple and baked apples studded with cloves, with the tang of cordite lingering in the background.

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    Craigellachie 17 year old Single Malt Whisky

    Smooth and mellow, the aroma opens with vanilla and rich, silky notes of exotic fruits, dried pineapples and a hint of smoky liquorice.

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    Craigellachie 23 year old Single Malt Whisky

    Malty sweetness and a fresh tropical fruit note begin this sensory journey with elements of citrus and toasted oak. Vanilla and spicy cinnamon emerge, invigorated with a zing of menthol freshness.

Craigellachie sits firm in the heart of Speyside, flat bang in the middle of Scotch territory. It obstinately stands alone on a rock overlooking the confluence of the rivers Fiddich and Spey. But rid your mind of that typical ‘Speyside’ FLAVOUR, for Craigellachie rebels against this.

It consciously makes no concessions to modern-day house rules. Craigellachie is an unapologetic and unique whisky, robust and muscular with a hint of pineapple. The distillery was built in 1891, when the great Alfred Barnard described our whisky as 'a style seldom met', and we've been old fashioned - in style and flavour - ever since.

Why not try an old soul


  • 60ml Craigellachie 13
  • 10ml pineapple syrup
  • 2 dashes Boker’s bitters


  1. Add ingredients to a rocks glass
  2. Add ice, in cubes or a block, and stir to dilute (around 30 seconds)
  3. Garnish with a dried pineapple slice and a lemon twist (twist can be discarded)


Dried pineapple slice

Cocktail glass