Royal Brackla Distillery
Standing upon fertile farmland on the banks of the River Nairn on the Cawdor Estate (linked with Shakespeare’s Macbeth) in the Scottish Highlands, the Royal Brackla Distillery was founded by Captain William Fraser in 1812, making it one of the longest standing distilleries in the world.

In 1833 it became the first Scotch whisky ever to be granted a Royal Warrant, by King William IV, earning it the nickname the King’s Own Whisky, and the Scotch produced more than lives up to that name with a rich and opulent flavour and reputation.

After a £2m refurbishment of the distillery in 1997, it was purchased a year later by Bacardi-Martini and today the 200-year-old brand continues to flourish as one of only two active distilleries with the Royal Warrant.

Royal Brackla was famous for producing malt for blending until 2015 when a range of single malts was released as part of a company-wide programme called The Last Great Malts. In 2019 a revamped range was launched of 12-, 18- and 21-year-old expressions, bottled at 46% ABV and without caramel colouring.

Each expression of Royal Brackla is matured in first-fill sherry casks, sourced directly from Spain.

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