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Provenance BRAEVAL 8 YR 2011

Whisky
Producer: Provenance
Category: Spirits > Whisky
Alcohol: 46.0%
Unit Size: 70.0 cl
Origin: Scotland > Speyside
Retail: £39.00
Stock: Only 1 left
Martinez Ref: ZSPIRT382

Tasting Note

At an altitude of 350m Braeval stands as the highest distillery in Scotland. Braeval was built on a mountain ridge, sharing its water source, the Pitilie Burn, with the highland based Aberfeldy. Braes of Glenlivet was founded in 1973 by the Chivas and Glenlivet Group. Lying in the prime pastures of the Livet Glen, at the heart of Speyside, the young distillery sits in close proximity to The Glenlivet. To avoid confusion, the distillery dropped the Glenlivet suffix in 1994 to become Braeval. During the 1970s the still capacity was increased dramatically, with a final still added, to a total of six in 1978.