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Mannochmore

An integral part of some of the world’s best-loved blends, Mannochmore whisky is perfumed and floral, like a fine white wine

An integral part of some of the world’s best-loved blends, Mannochmore whisky is perfumed and floral, like a fine white wine. Built next to its older sister distillery Glenlossie, Mannochmore is the only distillery to share a location – and sometimes a workforce – with another distillery. Curiously, despite their close relationship, the two whiskies are completely unique.

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Almost medicinal on the palate

Clean and drying

Another relatively unknown Speyside, Mannochmore often adds it clean, dry and direct flavour to blends, and has come into its own in recent years.

The Mannochmore distillery

The Mannochmore distillery

Mannochmore is a relatively recent addition to the area and the collection. Built on the site of the Glenlossie distillery in 1971, it draws its water from the Bardon Burn – whose ancient beds and banks contributes to the whisky’s direct personality.

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Fresh from the Mannoch Hills
An atypical Malt

Surprisingly dry

The Mannoch Hills provide water for the distillation process in the form of the Bardon Burn, and for cooling, helping in their way to create an atypical Speyside malt.