Both geographically and in terms of flavour, the entry point into Scotland. Stretching from the English border to just North of Glasgow and encompassing Fife, the Lowlands is one of the oldest whisky regions. Lowland whisky tends to exhibit light and delicate notes such as perfume and hay, with most grain whisky distilleries based in the region. Not many Lowland distilleries remain, although a worldwide whisky boom is seeing new distilleries being built and silent distilleries being resurrected.
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...
The original Girvan patent still (also known as a Coffey still) was installed in 1963 by longtime Grant’s icon Charles Gordon, and the release of this whisky celebrates the distillery’s 50th anniversary. Girvan’s output to this point has been used exclusively for blending purposes by the company, with the exception of a one-off bottling of the first production run from 1964.
Released in 2017, only 500 bottles of this Private Cellar Edition were produced from this long-closed and now demolished Lowland distillery. Distilled in 1990, the whisky was aged in refill and first -fill ex-bourbon casks and packaged...
A triple distilled and triple oak cask matured single malt from Lowland distillery, Auchentoshan. Aged in a combination of Ex-Bourbon, Oloroso and Pedro Ximenez Sherry casks for a fuller and richer style of Auchie.
Auchentoshan decided to create an interesting whisky that uses 12 top bartenders from around the world to help them create a whisky specifically for creating tasty cocktails. It uses an eclectic range of malt from five different decades and a number of casks, including ex-Laphroaig casks to German oak and ex-rum barrels to create a really interesting triple distilled and limited edition Lowland malt.
A triple distilled single malt from the Auchentoshan distillery in the Lowlands and fully matured in American oak ex-Bourbon casks. A delicate and easy drinking malt with vanilla and coconut fudge notes.
A triple distilled 21 year old offering from Lowland distillery Auchentoshan matured in a combination of Ex-Bourbon and Ex-Spanish Sherry oak casks. A well rounded, mellow and velvety malt with the signature delicate Auchentoshan style.
Triple distilled and matured in American bourbon oak for over eighteen years. The result: a refreshing Lowland single malt whisky with the added infusion of ripe citrus and green tea, the warmth of toasted almonds and the signature smooth, delicate, Auchentoshan taste.
Triple distilled then matured for over twelve years. Our Lowland Single Malt Whisky has the tempting aroma of toasted almonds, caramelised toffee and the signature smooth, delicate, Auchentoshan taste.
The Glenkinchie ‘Distillers Edition’ bottlings are finished in Amontillado Sherry casks, which are known for their nutty flavour. This is the 2017 release, which was distilled back in 2005, and then bottled at 43% ABV.
Another closed distillery, Cambus was a fine producer of grain whisky. This was distilled in 1991, matured for 25 years before being bottled in 2017. But Duncan Taylor also finished the whisky for a further 9 months in a tiny octave cask that can help turbo-charge maturation. Only 65 bottles were released.
With just 102 bottles produced, a 22 year old Lowland single malt from the Bladnoch distillery. The whisky was distilled in August 1991, left to mature in a single cask for 22 years until it was bottled in March 2014 at natural cask strength (45.7% ABV). An absolute champion of a whisky, packed with an abundance of sweet fruits.
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...
Distilled a year before St Magdelene's closure in 1983, this 24-year-old release was bottled by Murray McDavid, an independent bottler founded in 1996 by industry legends Mark Reynier, Simon Coughlin, and Gordon Wright. This rare Lowland...
Signatory’s Cask Strength Collection sees some wonderfully aged whiskies at exceptional value. Here’s a particularly interesting one - as you don’t see a lot of sherry-matured single grain whisky about these days. This one is from the closed Carsebridge distillery. It was distilled in December 1982, matured in a refill sherry hogshead for 34 years before being bottled in Januar…
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.
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.
An excellent example of this lowland distillery from the folks at Gordon & Company’s exclusive range of single cask whiskies, The Pearls of Scotland. It was distilled in 1998 before being bottled in 2015 at 55.3% ABV. Just 590 bottles were produced.
This release is the oldest Carsebridge Diageo have ever bottled and released for the 2018 special releases range & matured in refill American-oak hogsheads. There are just 1,000 bottles – a number chosen in honour of the work it took to get grain to the distillery...
Glenkinchie 12 year old is part of the Classic malts of Scotland range that represents the Lowlands. Often called the Edinburgh malt and two and a half times distilled for a lighter, fresher and cleaner style of single malt. Breakfast Whisky anybody?
Released in celebration of Hunter Laing's 20th Anniversary comes this single cask Littlemill which was distilled in March 1992, aged for 26 years and bottled in August 2018. The Lowland distillery is now closed and has been for some time, so it's a pleasure to see this whisky here in all its glory...
A rare 40 year old release from what used to be the oldest distillery in Scotland and can trace distillation back to 1772 before it fell silent in 1994. Presented in a stunning presentation box with a map backdrop of the night sky that was seen above the distillery on the night the liquid went into the...
Splendidly well aged single grain whisky from the now-silent Cambus distillery from the folks at Gordon & Company’s exclusive range of single casks whiskies, The Pearls of Scotland. Distilled in 1988, this was bottled in 2016 at 47.5% ABV.
The first single malt whisky to be released from the Kingsbarns distillery if Fife is a delicious introduction to what we can expect from them in the future. Matured in ex-Bourbon casks from Heaven Hill distillery which were initially filled in 2015 in Kentucky, this whisky has taken on a wonderful character of sweet vanilla and tropical fruits.