Highland-based distillery anCnoc has released a limited edition 35-Year -Old single malt Scotch whisky which has matured in ex-bourbon American oak barrels and bottled at 41% alcohol by volume [82 proof]. Only 670 bottles of anCnoc 35-Year-Old will be made available worldwide for $615 per bottle.
anCnoc has added Rùdhan to it’s Peaty Collection of single malt whiskies that will become available in a few weeks. The whisky’s name refers to the final stage of the peat harvesting process, in which the peat is stacked for several weeks to dry out ahead of burning to create the smokiness. anCnoc’s Rùdhan will […]
Highland single malt Scotch whisky, anCnoc, has announced the arrival of Stack to its Peaty collection. Stack is a peat-referenced name for the whisky as the term ‘stack’ refers to the last step in the peat-gathering process, where the peat blocks are stored together to dry ahead of being burnt. A mere 6000 bottles of […]
As it turns out, 2001 was a very good year for anCnoc, and to commemorate the goodness of that year, the Highland Knockdhu distillery has released their anCnoc 2001 Vintage. For nearly that entire time, anCnoc 2001 Vintage has been matured in both American and Spanish oak casks before being bottled at 46% alcohol content […]
anCnoc has released a limited edition Highland single malt Scotch whisky they are calling Blas – which is translated as ‘taste’ in Gaelic. Blas was matured in American oak barrels as well as Spanish oak butts before it was bottled at 54% alcohol content [108 proof] and is said to have notes of bitter chocolate, […]
anCnoc has added Rascan to its Peaty Collection of Highland single malt Scotch whiskies. Rascan is the fourth whisky to join the collection and named after the peat-cutting tool and has been aged for nine years in ex-bourbon American oak barrels before being bottled at 11.1 ppm [parts per million] phenol content. anCnoc’s Rascan will […]
anCnoc has brought out a peatier version of its Highland single malt Scotch whisky with the introduction of Peatlands – a whisky aged more than a decade in American oak ex-bourbon barrels. Peatlands uses spring water from the Knock Hill area near anCnoc’s Knockdhu distillery and carries a phenol count of nine parts per million. […]
1974 was a good year for the Highland single malt Scotch whisky industry but 1975 was a very good year – specifically for anCnoc – who has released a 1975 Vintage that was produced from a mere three casks at anCnoc’s Knockdhu Distillery. Those three casks were both Spanish and American oak casks that are […]