Released as part of the Cask Strength Collection by Signatory Vintage, this 25 year old Port Dundas spent its time maturing in single hogshead #50404. It was distilled in the Lowlands back in March 1991 and independently bottled by Signatory in January 2017, with an outturn of 203 bottles.
Single grain whisky from a closed distillery? Why not. This is a 26 year old single grain release from Port Dundas, which only closed just a few years ago in 2009. Distilled in 1991, this is a cask strength whisky released by Signatory.
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...
From the Sadly closed Rosebank distilley which was once operating in the Lowlands, here's a 12 year old bottling initially distilled in 1991. It was aged in a single bourbon barrel until Signatory Vintage decidedto bottle it up in 2004.
51-year-old grain whisky from North British bottled by Signatory, for the Rare Reserve Cask Strength collection. It spent its time maturing in a single refill sherry butt from December 1959 to January 2011 when it was bottled at 55.6% abv.
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