Filed under: Spirits
The Singleton of Glendullan is produced on the site of the original distillery, in a wooded valley along the banks of the rivers Dullan and Fiddich, which was built in 1897. Water from both rivers is used along with locally grown malted barley to create the Singleton, with its notes of toffee, spice and roasted nuts.
While we usually opt for smokier single malts like Lagavulin, that also tends to confine our consumption to the cooler months as they complement each other so well. We're quite taken with this smoother spirit however, which not only suits the milder weather perfectly, but isn't too heavy for a pre-prandial dram.
Gallery: Glendullan, Speyside and Dufftown