Place Category: Distilleries
Miltonduff Distillery is located on the site of the mill of Pluscarden Abbey. The abbey was founded in 1236 by Benedictine monks, destroyed but revived again in the year 1948. It is said that a stone from the original Abbey is at the distillery. Miltonduff was named for an illicit distillery known as Milton and the suffix was added for the Duff family, who owned the land. The Miltonduff distillery should not be confused with the Milton distillery – another name for Strathisla distillery. Majority of production of Miltonduff is used in Ballantine’s blends.
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Miltonduff 10-year-old, 40 Vol%
Miltonduff 15-year-old, Special Distillery Bottling, 46 Vol%
Miltonduff 1968, Gordon & MacPhail, 40 Vol%
Mosstowie 1979, Gordon & MacPhail, Connoisseurs Choice, 40 Vol%
Miltonduff 1968, 40 Vol% Miltonduff-Glenlivet 22 yo 1990/2012 (56,7 %, Cadenhead, wine cask, Claret)