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Cragganmore 12 YO 40%

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Cragganmore is Gaelic for great rock, built in 1869-1870 by one John Smith near Ayeon Farm along the Strathspey railway. Diageo’s (Cragganmore’s owners) advertising people would really like you to believe that the location was chosen because of the pure spring water or the friendly leprechauns in the area, but the truth is that John Smith probably understood the importance of logistics for whisky producers even way back then.

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