Royal Lochnagar had an uncertain start in life, having been burned down twice, once in 1824 and again in 1841. A new building was erected in 1845 and was awarded a Royal Warrant three years later when Prince Albert visited the distillery on a trip from Balmoral Castle. In 1915 it was sold to John Dewar and Sons, before being passed to Diageo, becoming the smallest distillery in their portfolio. There have been a handful of official expressions, and limited releases, due to the small capacity of the distillery.
*Was £64, save £24* This 12 year old single malt whisky was distilled at the Lochnagar distillery, in the Highlands of Scotland. Frequented by Queen Victoria and Prince Albert, when they were visiting nearby Balmoral Castle.