Standing upon fertile farmland on the Cawdor Estate in the Scottish Highlands lies Royal Brackla Distillery, founded by Captain William Fraser in 1812. But like so many other 19th-century distilleries, it became closely associated with blending. Andrew Usher, who is recognized as having made the first commercialized blend, was agent for Royal Brackla and became a director in 1887. Royal Brackla is now part of the Dewar's family.
Nose: Fresh green citrus, blackcurrant berries, a maltiness and the classic sherried notes that are an evolution of the 16 Years Old.
Palate: Syrupy toffee notes, with richly fragrant summer berries warmed by the sun and dusted in cinnamon and Muscovado sugar.
Finish: Medium long with prevalent milk chocolate and apples.
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