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Glen Moray Distillery

Speyside

   
 

Like Glenmorangie, Glen Moray started out its existence as a brewery. It became a distillery in 1897. The distillery lies by the river Lossie close to the medieval city of Elgin. Glen Moray is gaelic for ‘glen of the seaboard settlement’. Unfortunately for Glen Moray’s fouder, the whisky boom was over soon after the distillery was founded and the company was bankrupted. In 1920 the distillery was bought by Macdonald and Muir Ltd, who renovated and expanded the distillery with two additional stills. The warehouse “No 1” lies close to the Gallows Crook Hill where criminals were hanged in the 15th century. Glen Moray was the first Speyside distillery to use white wine barrels to ‘finish’ maturation.

   
         
 

A Selection of Glen Moray

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Glen Moray Classic 40%

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Glen Moray 12 yo Chardonnay Cask 40%

£21.49      
 

Glen Moray 16 yo 40%

£27.99      
 

Glen Moray Port Wood 40%

£130.00      
 

Glen Moray 1960 26 yo 43% 75cl

£248.99      
 

Glen Moray 1962 75cl 43%

£248.99      
 

Glen Moray 1976 Glen Moray Valleé du Rhône 46%

£79.00      
 

Glen Moray 30 yo (Limited ed. 6000 bottles) 43%

£120.00      
 

Short Fact: A whisky which is very popular in Italy!

   
 

Character: Fresh and sweet, slightly oily with some vanilla.

   
 

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Production at Glen Moray

   
 

Glen Moray - StillsGlen Moray uses water from the river Lossie. They buy their malt lightly peated from different malting companies. The Mash tun is made from stainless steel as are the five washbacks. They have four lantern-shaped copper stills that are indirectly heated with steam. Glen Morays annual production capacity is close to two million litres. The whisky is stored on-site. Both bourbon and sherry casks are used. Bottling is done in Broxburn, West Lothian

   
 

Contact Glen Moray

   
 

Glen Moray Distillery
Elgin, Morayshire
IV30 1YE
Scotland

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Glen MorayPhone: +44 (0) 1343 542577

Manager: Ed Dodson

Visitors: Open all year round Monday to Friday 9am-5pm. Guided tours start at 9.30am, 10.30am, 11.30am, 1.30pm, 2.30pm and 3.30pm. The admission is £2 and is refundable upon purchase.

Owner: LMVH

   
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