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More good news, you should now be able to find our brand new Speyburn 25 Year Old in the shops. Laid down in American oak Fino sherry and ex-bourbon casks, this is a whisky that slowly matures by the banks of the Granty Burn – for a quarter of a century. All those years mean the taste is rounded and smooth. And you’ll notice it’s got a longer, more warming finish than you might expect. Our oldest, most exclusive Speyburn now comes in a beautiful silver wooden box with two exclusive tasting cups. Every box is a one-off signed personally by Distillery Manager Bobby Anderson
At the end of last year the Speyburn team lifted the Inter Distillery golf trophy. After a nail biting finish our boys beat the Glenrothes team by one hole! We now have a photo of their proud moment when they received their prize. As Bobby says: ‘now that we have managed to master the distillery tour, it would be nice to get the opportunity to try and master that small annual event held at Augusta National Golf Club’!!
The River Spey is world-famous for its salmon fishing. The season opens on the 11th February and because the river is snow-fed from the Cairngorm mountains it can often stay high until early June.
The Rothes beat of the Spey is particularly popular - here's what website www.speyghillie.co.uk has to say about it.
"Rothes and Aikenway is one of the top beats on the river and is said to produce on average 460 fish per season."
Several of us here at the Distillery are big fishing fans. On our afternoons off you can often find us in waders on one of the best salmon fishing beats in the world.
With sporting matters very much front-of-mind here in the UK at the moment, our Distillery Manager Bobby has been pondering an important question - "Why isn't salmon fishing an Olympic sport? If Beach Volleyball and Mountain Biking are considered suitable, surely salmon fishing should be too? It takes skill, endurance, and years of experience to perfect."
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