Cardhu is a Speyside distillery near Archiestown, Morayshire, Scotland, founded by the whisky smuggler John Cumming in 1824. The distillery is currently run by Diageo and the distillery's whisky makes up an important part of the famous Johnnie Walker blended whiskies.
The distillery was set up by John Cumming, who had previously been a whisky smuggler, in 1824. The distillery was sited high up on Mannoch Hill, above the River Spey due to the peat softening the water. The distillery started as farm distillery working on a seasonal basis after the harvest had been gathered. The distillery was mainly run by his wife, Helen Cumming, who used to sell bottles of whisky to passers-by through the window of their farmhouse.
In 1960 the distillery's still-house, mash-house and tun-room were rebuilt, and in 1970 steam coils were introduced to heat the stills and the number of stills was increased to six. Spring water from Mannoch Hill started to be mixed with water from the local Lynne burn to supply the increased production of the distillery..
Cardhu Single Malt 12 Year Reserve is the leading Scottish malt whisky in Spain.
|Region Produced in||Morayshire, Scotland|
|Cask||American white oak casks|
|Product Dimensions||22 x 9.5 x 9.5 cm|
|Storage Instructions||Cool and dry conditions|
|Manufacturer/Producer||The Cardhu Distillery|
|Country Produced in||Scotland|
|1 Liter Proportion EUR||37.07|