Wolfburn is a Highland whisky with an interesting history. Scotland’s most northern mainland distillery was founded in 1821, in Thurso, but despite running successfully for many years, was mysteriously closed in the 1850s. No records or photos remain from then, but the brand was reborn in 2011 when a new distillery was built on the original site.

Production began in 2013 and the first bottling was launched just three years later. They use unpeated malt and their whiskies are non-chill filtered. Maturation typically takes place in ex-bourbon barrels, with the occasional use of ex-sherry casks. Their spirit is fruity and floral, with a coastal quality.

After a decade of producing popular NAS single malts, such as the Langskip and Morven, they finally released their first permanent age statement in the shape of the Wolfburn 10 Year Old – which has been fully aged in ex-Oloroso casks.

There’s a lot more to come from this revived distillery and we can’t wait to see what’s next!

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