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THE WHITE BOOK OF RHYDDERCH 2009

Opened in 2000, Penderyn, of the town of the same name, is the first Welsh distillery to produce whisky in over a century. The last Welsh manufacturer of this spirit closed its doors in 1903. The distillery is equipped with two Faraday stills and two more traditional 2,500-liter pot stills and work with the Laureate variety of barley which is grown and malted on England’s east coast. This bottle was distilled in 2009 and aged in ex-Bourbon casks and reveals very fruity and floral notes, along with a beautiful herbaceous freshness.

The White Book of Rhydderch is a manuscript that contains an earlier, incomplete copy of the tales now known as the Mabinogion, a collection of Welsh tales written in the 14th century. The White Book script takes its name from Rhydderch

ab Ieuan Llwyd, who was part of a dynasty with a lengthy tradition of literary patronage and who is believed to have been an authority on Welsh law.

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