We already reported in July that the London company bimberThe company, which already produces whiskey in the British capital, has got permission to plan a distillery in Speyside.
Now Reported Construction has begun on Spirits Business’s new distillery in Dunfell. They do not build from scratch, but use existing agricultural buildings on the property. Dunfell Distillery (it will be officially called) should be able to go into operation in a year.
And this new distillery will operate very traditionally: you’ll have floor malting Take Kilno To dry sprouted grains, Stills should be fired straight And the fermentation will take longer than the time needed to produce a distinctive flavor. would like with a production quantity of 200,000 liters per year Work manually as much as possible.
of course there will be one Visitor Center Give, because a negligible part of a distillery’s income is generated by whiskey tourism. even one Dunfell Founders Club there will be and offers for private barrelsTo ensure funding for the wait until the first whiskey is due in 2026.
About the Club: For a membership fee of £695 you get a bottle of the first whiskey and four other special bottles. There’s also a 10% discount on all future purchases and a welcome pack of Distillery Nosing Glass.
Private barrel purchases open tomorrow, Friday, 1 p.m. our time www.dunphaildistillery.com The barrel may cost between £3,800 and £6,400. The page is not yet active when this article is displayed (Thursday, 2 PM).
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