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AnCnoc whisky reviews

Knockdhu distillery
Speyside region
Founded in 1893, currently active
www.ancnoc.com

AnCnoc 16 yo (46%, OB 2010) – 84/100

anCnoc 1996 (46%, OB 2011) – 82/100

anCnoc 1998 (46%, OB 2012, 5100 btl.) – 85/100

anCnoc 22 yo (46%, OB 2013, 5700 btl.) – 88/100

anCnoc distillery visit – 11/05/2012

anCnoc ‘Peter Arkle’ (46%, OB 2012, ex-sherry casks, 6000 btl.) – 79/100

anCnoc ‘Peter Arkle #2” (46%, OB 2012, bourbon + sherry casks) – 80/100

anCnoc ‘Peter Arkle travel retail exclusive’ (46%, OB 2012, ex-bourbon casks) – 85/100

anCnoc Rutter (46%, OB 2014, 11 ppm) – 86/100
anCnoc Flaughter (46%, OB 2014, 14,8 ppm) – 82/100
anCnoc Tushkar (46%, OB 2014, 15 ppm) – 85/100

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  • Gal(WhiskyIsrael): Just tasted this one. WOW. i am very very impressed Ruben. Amazing BFYB for 40 euro. this feels much older and so complex. WOW again. dang!
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