Daftmill is a farm distillery. Owned and operated by the Cuthbert family, it only runs in the farm’s quiet periods; midsummer and winter, sometimes producing as few as 100 casks per year. When not distilling, Francis Cuthbert looks after the estate, growing the malting barley used to make this Lowland whisky.
Harvested from the farm’s Dam Park and Curling Pond fields on 31st August 2004, the Chariot barley was among the last to be malted in Fife by Robert Kilgour & Co before they closed.
Filled during a warm summer’s day on the 25th July 2006. This first full sherry butt is one of only two sherry casks filled at Daftmill in 2006. It has been bottled exclusively for Berry Brothers & Rudd.
This is bottle 127 of 621 bottles