Knockando 12 Year Old

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70cl  Bottle • 43% ABV
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This is a light and subtle whisky, bearing all the hallmarks of the finest Speyside malts. If you’re buying for someone who’s new to whisky, Knockando is a safe and seductively gentle way to introduce them.

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Spring fresh
Knockando owes much of its delicacy and fragrance to the purity of water drawn from the Cardnach spring, which bubbles up through peat and rock.
Quantity control
The distillers carefully measure the amount of peat they use in malting and proportion of sherry oak they use in ageing to achieve a perfect balance.
Select spell
Each year of production is called a ‘season’. In each bottle, you’ll only find the produce of one season - an almost unique practice in malts.

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Knockando 12 Year Old Neat

Knockando's light and delicate character makes it a good first whisky for novice tasters.

Knockando 12 Year Old Neat
The lightness of this whisky works well for lovers of Riesling.
Knockando 12 Year Old
How to pour it
  1. 50ml Knockando 12 Year Old

Serve in a traditional whisky glass with a drop of fresh spring water and perhaps a cube or two of ice.
Knockando works well with most savoury foods and you can pour it straight over haggis.
17g alcohol / 2.2 standard units
Did You Know?
In 1898, Knockando was the first distillery to be built with electric lighting.
Knockando comes from the Gaelic ‘Cnoc-an-dhu’ meaning ‘little black hill’.
The woods in Knockando village are home to buzzards, red squirrel and roe deer.

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