About Glenlossie 19 Year Old Hogshead Single Malt Scotch Whisky 1992 (Signatory Bottling)
The Glenlossie Distillery is situated in the east of Speyside, sharing the building with the Mannochmore distillery. John Duff, former manager of the GlenDronach Distillery, built Glenlossie in 1876, managing it until getting involved with Longmorn Distillery, in 1896.
Co-founder H. Mackay took control of the distillery after a major fire in 1929, the distillery was taken over by Scottish Malt Distillers. In 1971, Mannochmore Distillery was built and in 1990, Diageo acquired the distilleries.
Glenlossie whiskies are crafted with water from the Bardon Burn, using three pairs of pear-shaped stills, with 15,600 and 13,500 liters respectively. The maltings are sourced from Elgin, primarily Burghead Maltings. Glenlossie single malts have a signature lightly peated quality. This Signatory Glenlossie vintage was distilled in 1992 and aged in hogshead barrels and bottled in 2011.
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