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Bacardi unveils trio of The Deveron single malts

Published:  04 September, 2015

Bacardi has released three single malt whiskies from the MacDuff distillery on Speyside under the name of The Deveron.

MacDuff is operated by the drinks giant's John Dewar whisky division and only opened in 1960, to provide malt whisky for blending.

The Deveron takes its name from the consortium that first operated the distillery, which went under the name Glen Deveron Distillers.

The Deveron launch comprises 10-, 12- and 18-year-old expressions.

Stephen Marshall, Bacardi's global marketing manager for single malts. said: "People underestimate the quality of whisky that can be made at a comparatively modern distillery. This is really top notch stuff."

The whiskies are all bottled at 40% abv and are being launched in the UK, Canada, France, Germany, Japan, Russia, Sweden, Taiwan and the US.

The launches follow hot on the heels of three single malts from Bacardi's Royal Brackla distillery.