Products from Auchentoshan
Auchentoshan is a Scotch whisky distillery known for its triple distillation and smooth, fruity whiskies. The distillery is located near Glasgow and is one of the few remaining Lowland distilleries in Scotland.
The history of Auchentoshan dates back to the 19th century, when the distillery was founded in 1800. The name "Auchentoshan" translates as "corner of the field" and refers to the distillery's location on a hill surrounded by fields and woods.
Over the years, the distillery changed hands several times and was finally taken over by the Japanese Suntory Group in 1984. Under Suntory's management, Auchentoshan was modernised and expanded to meet the growing demand for whisky in Asia and other parts of the world.
Auchentoshan whiskies are produced by triple distillation, a rare process in Scotland that results in a light and fruity taste. The distillery uses only Scottish barley malt and fresh spring water from the surrounding hills.
Auchentoshan produces a variety of whiskies, including Auchentoshan Classic, a smooth and approachable whisky, and Auchentoshan Three Wood, which is matured in three different casks for a complex flavour.
Today, Auchentoshan is a respected whisky distillery and is appreciated by connoisseurs and aficionados all over the world. Auchentoshan whiskies have won numerous awards and prizes and are a symbol of the long and proud tradition of Scotch whisky making.