The first core range release from The Glasgow Distiling Co., the 1770 signature has been matured in ex-bourbon casks and finished in American virgin oak. This a young and fresh single malt offering a classic lowland style. Both a 1770 triple distilled and peated version are set to follow next.
A cask strength single grain aged for an impressive 52 years at the now long closed Port Dundas distillery. After maturing in refill American oak hogsheads since 1964, Diageo decided to include this jaw-dropping whisky in their 2017 Special Releases. Just 752 bottles were produced.
One of the oldest ever releases of this triple distilled Lowland malt distilled way back on 25th April 1966 and bottled on 20th January 20011 at 44 years old with only 263 bottles released. Aged in North American oak barrels and scoring an impressive 91 points on cult Whisky website "Whiskyfun"
Bottled in 1991 by Gordon & Macphail and from a 1967 distillation of Kinclaith, a distillery that was built within the Strathclyde grain distillery in 1957 and was only in production for 18 short years until being demolished in 1975 which makes this 24 year old very rare indeed as it is older than the distillery it came from!
A rare 23 year old from the long closed and demolished Lowland distillery, St Magdalene that was distilled in 1970 and released as part of Diageo's Rare Malts series of single malts bottled at cask strength (58.1% ABV) and originally released in 1993.
40 Year old single grain from the closed Caledonian distillery in Edinburgh, bottled for the Special Releases. This is the oldest whisky from the 2015 Special Releases, also the only grain to be a part of the series. A single grain whisky with a character not to be forgotten. It was nicknamed The Cally by the those who worked at the distillery when it was open all those years a…
A stellar whisky in this years selection of Special Releases by Diageo. This well-aged single grain was aged for 40 years in refill American oak hogsheads and bottled without Chill-filtration or added colouring. Only 1,812 of these were produced. One Per Customer Only
Among many of those in the know about Single Grain Whisky, the Cambus distillery produced some of the best examples of this lesser known style.In its heyday before closing in 1993 it was highly regarded by blenders and described as ‘the whisky with an individuality – notably different to all others in peculiar delicacy and charm of flavour – mild and mellow. Not a headache in a gallon.’ This is a mighty 40 year old distilled back in 1976 and bottled by Douglas Laing as part of the XOP range and an bottled at an impressive 53.1% ABV
Distilled in 1979, matured for over three decades in a first-fill Oloroso sherry cask, and bottled at cask strength, this single cask Auchentoshan is an exceptional release from a popular Lowland distillery.
An independently bottled release of a long closed Lowland single malt from Morrison & Mackay under the "Carn Mor celebration of the cask" series of releases. Known as both the St.Magdalene and Linlithgow distillery and distilled on 6th October 1982 before being bottled from a refill Sherry butt at 25 years old on 2nd June 2008 at an impressive natural cask strength of 61.8% ABV with only 582 bottles released.
A well-aged single grain whisky, from Strathclyde distillery. Distilled in September 1987, it was matured for 30 years in a refill barrel and bottled in March 2018 as part of Douglas Laing's Xtra Old Particular range.
A 26 year old single cask, single grain scotch whisky from the Port Dundas distillery in the Lowlands, bottled by Hunter Laing as part of The Sovereign range. The whisky was distilled in late 1988, left to mature in a single refill hogshead cask #11221 for no less than 26 years, before it was then bottled in 2014 with only 154 bottles produced. A warm Christmas spiced, nutty wh…