Aultmore 18 Years Old. Built in 1896, Aultmore distillery is located in the Speyside town of Keith. The majority of its production is used for famous blends such as VAT69 and Dewar’s White Label. Official bottlings of this whisky are rare, to say the least. All the more reason to discover this 18 year old which boasts a multitude of the fruity, floral, spicy and herbaceous notes that are in - herent to the finest single malts of this region.
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