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THE LOST DISTILLERY AUCHNAGIE SCOTCH WHISKEY (750 ML)

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    A genuine legend, Auchnagie is the principal discharge from The Lost Distillery Company. Auchnagie was arranged in the village of Tulliemet close Ballinluig in Perthshire and was otherwise called Tulliemet refinery at one point in its presence. It takes its name from the Gaelic, Achadh na Gaoidhe signifying 'the wind of the fields'. In the first place worked around 1812, Auchnagie was arranged in a zone of Scotland that was home to numerous ranch refineries.

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    A genuine legend, Auchnagie is the principal discharge from The Lost Distillery Company. Auchnagie was arranged in the village of Tulliemet close Ballinluig in Perthshire and was otherwise called Tulliemet refinery at one point in its presence. It takes its name from the Gaelic, Achadh na Gaoidhe signifying 'the wind of the fields'. In the first place worked around 1812, Auchnagie was arranged in a zone of Scotland that was home to numerous ranch refineries. These have now been lost to the world with the remarkable exemptions of Glenturret and Edradour. Glenturret is currently the home of The Famous Grouse and, all things considered, has made some amazing progress from its modest beginnings. Auchnagie had a fluctuated and to some degree unsteady presence. In its 100 years of refining it had no less than seven proprietors, from the originator James Duff to its last proprietor John Dewar and Sons, Auchnagie was claimed by Peter Dawson when it got a visit from the considerable whisky wayfarer, Alfred Barnard. The refinery was not refining amid Barnard's stay and he recorded his visit as takes after: The entire of this lovely Strath Tay is one proceeded with scene of the magnificence of nature in its easiest, largest, and most forcing abundance and stillmess of the entire; the fragrant birches, elegant hazels, moving slopes of the greenest verdure, and foundation of mountains all shape a percentage of the wealthiest pictures on which the eye could wish to look. At the season of our visit to Auchnagie Distillery the works had stopped operation, as the climate was excessively hot for malting. The refinery comprises of a grain space, malting still, and crush house, and a couple of different structures, including soul stores and stockroom convenience for 40,000 gallons. The water utilized originates from the Auchnagie slopes, and the make is Highland malt. Just peats brought from Loch Broom are utilized as a part of drying the malt. One exciseman is utilized at the refinery who educated us that he leads a significant peaceful life here, and spends his mid year days in his greenery enclosure and little yard.