Sunday, 26 February 2012

Mackmyra & Cragganmore in "The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo"

    Here's a post which I know many of you have been waiting for.  Myself included.  It's about time the amazing Swedish single malt whisky known as Mackmyra has been represented on the big screen.  And what better film to feature the Mackmyra than The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo?

    At first I thought I was looking at a bottle of Bruichladdich as the shape is very similar.  It wasn't until a few days after the original screening that several people including Lars Lindberger from Mackmyra distillery corrected me.

    The sighting takes place at the 1:56 mark in the film.  There is also a Cragganmore sighting at 1:13 which I have included in the same video below.  Click here for the previous Cragganmore sighting.

P.S.  I had to do a little bit of tricky editing to avoid any spoilers.

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