Knockando 12 Year Old Whisky
Knockando means "Little Black Hill" – from Cnoc-an-dhu in the local dialect. The remote location, along the banks of the river Spey, means that crystal clear spring water is sourced from the Cardnach spring in the nearby mountain ranges. Distillers are careful about the level of peat used when malting the barley, keen to preserve the subtle, fruity flavours of the malt. Knockando has a tradition of only making seasonal malts – using whisky distilled in one year, and you'll see the date it was made marked on the label.
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