The Glentauchers Distillery Company started as a joint venture between James Buchanan, the creator of the "Black & White" and "Buchanan" blends and WP Lowrie. The distillery was designed by local architect John Alcock. In 1925 James Buchanan & Company became part of the DCL empire. Glentauchers worked continuously, with exception of the war-time years, until 1985 when it was mothballed. In 1989 it was sold to Allied Distillers who restarted production. Glentauchers is a key component in Allied Domceq's Blended Scotch Whisky brands.
AROMA without water Delicate esters - very fresh and fragrant. Fruity influences with a sweet honey edge.
TASTE without water Mouth warming with a delicate hint of spice. Sweet with influences of freshly cut grass.
AROMA with water A distinct freshness dominated by a sweet influence, soft and rounded edge with hints of butter toffees.
TASTE with water Initially sweet with delicate hints of cereal notes - malt. Mouth warming and fresh.