Knockdhu (AnCnoc) Carn Mor Morrisson & Mackay, 2009 6 years, 46,0%, 0,7L, 2 casks 797 bottles.
The distillery was founded in 1893 by John Morrison, who bought the land from the Duke of Fife.
Knockdhu was closed in 1983, and was sold to Inver House in 1988, after which production resumed in February 1989
Previously named Knockdhu after the distillery, the whisky was renamed anCnoc in 1994 to avoid confusion with Knockando. Knockdhu Highland Single Malt Scotch Whisky is currently bottled under the Gaelic name anCnoc meaning “the hill”
Nose: Light vanilla and citrus, with honey coming through too.
Palate: Banana, more lemon, grass and a hint of toffee.
Finish: Cooking spice develops later on.