Glen Peel : Newbie question


Some nice member of this NG brought me here...
I'm the owner of a bottle of : "Pure Highland Single Malt" Glen Peel
Aged since 1991 edition
Distilled and mature in Ross-shire
However neither Google, nor the Ross-shire site gives details about this French whisky
Philippe
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> Some nice member of this NG brought me here... > > I'm the owner of a bottle of : > "Pure Highland Single Malt" Glen Peel > > Aged since 1991 edition > > Distilled and mature in Ross-shire > > > However neither Google, nor the Ross-shire site > gives details about this French whisky > > > Philippe > >
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>> Some nice member of this NG brought me here... >> >> I'm the owner of a bottle of : >> "Pure Highland Single Malt" Glen Peel >> >> Aged since 1991 edition >> >> Distilled and mature in Ross-shire >> >> >> However neither Google, nor the Ross-shire site >> gives details about this French whisky >> >> >> Philippe
Thanks !
It is were I went through Google :
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However, I look about what is meant by :
Distilled and matured in Ross-shire ?
Can the distillery change from year to year ?
Mine is light bronze not dark bronze !
Philippe
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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. > > However, I look about what is meant by : > > Distilled and matured in Ross-shire ? > > Can the distillery change from year to year ? > > Mine is light bronze not dark bronze ! > > > Philippe > >
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> 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
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> > 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.
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>>> 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 !!
Philippe
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> >>> 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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