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Whiskyphile, noun [C] specialized / ˈwɪs.ki.faɪl / a disciplined devotion to whisky, first known use 2013.

Braeval

Braeval Distillery

History

Braeval distillery is a distiller of Scotch whisky in Chapeltown, Banffshire, Scotland. Founded in 1973 as Braes of Glenlivet, the distillery is owned by Chivas Brothers. During the 1970s the still capacity was increased dramatically, with a final still added, to total six in 1978. The name was changed from Braes of Glenlivet to Braeval avoid confusion with Glenlivet in 1994. Whisky distilled prior to 1994 may still be bottled under the Braes of Glenlivet name.

Braeval Whisky Reviews:

  • braes-of-glenlivet-16-year-old-small-batch-wm-cadenhead Braes Of Glenlivet 16 Years Old Small Batch ~ 46% (Cadenhead’s) - Review: Braes Of Glenlivet 16 Years Old Cadenhead’s Small Batch Category: Speyside single malt scotch whisky Origin: Braes of Glenlivet [Braeval] Distillery Bottling: Cadenhead’s Small Batch ABV: 46% Cost: £48.01 from Master of Malt [sold out] Score: 87/100 What they say: A WM Cadenhead bottling of single malt from the Braes of Glenlivet, which was […]
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