Royal Brackla, 12 Y

Built in 1812 by Captain William Fraser. Competition from local illicit distillers led Fraser to look for other markets and he therefore sold much of its whisky in the Lowlands. Brackla was the first distillery in Scotland to receive a Royal Warrant from King William IV in 1835 and became known as 'The King's Own Whisky'. In 2015, 3 Royal Brackla whiskies were introduced in the series 'The Last Great Malts'. This one first aged in Bourbon casks and finished in first-fill Oloroso casks before bottling.

52,95
En stock.!
Contents 0.7 L / 70 CL
Alcohol % 40%
Region Highland
Distillery Royal Brackla