Knockando Direct Imports

In Gaelic, Knockando (Cnoc-an-dhu) means "little black hillock". Neighbouring big names like Cardhu and Glenfarclas, Knockando is situated on an isolated bend of the Spey River. It’s another Diageo dark horse distillery, with the major component going into the J&B blends. In Gaelic, Knockando (Cnoc-an-dhu) means "little black hillock". It was founded in 1898 by John Thomson in the early 1900s, and was the first Speyside distillery to use electricity. Closed two years after its creation, it was then acquired by W&A Gilbey Ltd, the famous Gin producers from London. The distillery was rebuilt in 1969, when it doubled its production capacity. More recently it became part of the Diageo group. The whiskies are not always available on Australian shores. Only 8% of the production is marketed as single malt, typically bottled with a vintage statement. They persist with a long-standing practice of bottling the casks only when they are deemed to be at their peak maturation, as opposed to bottling them automatically at certain ages. Lightly smoky, fruity, nutty whiskies like Knockando complement the savoury notes in vegetarian dishes such as tapenade or vegetarian haggis.

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Knockando 12 Year Old Single Malt Scotch Whisky (700ml)

Reduced from $89.99


Knockando Slow Matured 18 Year Old Single Malt Scotch Whisky (700ml)

Reduced from $150.00


Knockando Master Reserve 21 Year Old Single Malt Scotch Whisky (700ml)
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$165.00 Bottle
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