> >>> From reading some of the descriptions, like
> >>> "This whisky is issued from a single distillery,
> >>> carefully selected in the Highlands",
> >>> I'm guessing that the Glen Peel and William Peel
> >>> whiskies are distilled at other distilleries and
> >>> then bottled under the Peel name, sorta like the
> >>> McLelland whiskies.
> >> I did find :
> >> Dalmore Distillery, Alness, Ross-shire
> >> Glen Ord Distillery, Muir of Ord, Ross-shire
> >> Glenmorangie Distillery, Tam, Ross-shire
> >> Teaninich Distillery, Alness, Ross-shire
> >> Is one more likely than the others ?
> > Philippe, if you can e-mail any of them directly, ask. Distilleries
> > I've contacted have been very helpful.
> Thanks for answering !
> I shall try !!
I hope it helps you.
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