Batch 2 ofThat Boutique-Y Whisky Company's Blended Grain - this is a vatting of single grain whiskies, the youngest of which is a mighty 50 years old! Just 60 bottles were released.
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Single cask, single grain Scotch whisky from the closed Caledonian distillery, bottled by Signatory Vintage. Distilled in 1978, the liquid spent 30 years maturing in cask #23478 before being bottled as part of their popular Cask Strength Collection. The outturn was very small indeed - just 142...
A very pretty looking 20 year old single grain whisky from the Port Dundas distillery, released as part of the 2011 Diageo Special Releases. This is in fact the first grain whisky that ever featured in the Special Release range. so the maturation process goes like this, the whisky was first aged...
A closed distillery bottling from the Garnheath distillery by That Boutique-y Whisky Company. It was aged for 42 years at the Lowland-based distillery before being bottled at 44.3% ABV, with an outturn of just 120 bottles.
A Carn Mór bottling from the Lowland distillery of North British. The whisky was distilled in June 1989, left to mature in a single sherry hogshead cask for no less than 24 years before being bottled in March 2014 for the Celebration of The Cask Black Gold series. Just 136 bottles were...
An old Port Dundas bottling charged from a refill hogshead that was left to age between the years of 1978 to 2015. Aged for 37 years, Douglas Laing chose to bottle this for their Extra Old Particular range. Only 189 bottles were filled.
An extraordinarily well-aged single grain Scotch whisky bottled by That Boutique-y Whisky Company. Just 252 of these 52 year old whiskies were produced. The Carsebridge distillery sadly closed back in 1983.
The second batch of That Boutique-y Whisky Company's super well-aged single grain whisky - 52 year old Carsebridge! The label illustrates the iconic Black Rock Bar on Christopher Street, London, where you'll find a rather long drinking table made from European oak. Just 285 bottles were...
Single cask 42-year-old grain whisky from the Carsebridge distillery, bottled for the Sovereign range by Hunter Laing. Distilled in 1973, it was filled into refill hogshead #12366 and bottled over four decades later in April 2016. The cask churned out a total of 167 bottles.
An indie bottling of 42 year old single grain, initially distilled at the now-closed Garnheath distillery. Aged in refill barrel #11209 from February 1974 to June 2016, it was bottled at natural cask strength, without chill-filtration, for Douglas Laing's XOPrange. 130 bottles were filled.
The Muse is a limited edition spin on Compass Box’s Hedonism blended grain whisky, bottled to celebrate women in whisky. It contains whisky from “the muse cask”, a butt of unknown whiskies that was of a similar profile of a Hedonism whisky.
That Boutique-Whisky Company have bottled a 52-year-old grain whisky as part of their age statement range, supporting the transparency of whisky. this is batch one from this theirGirvan bottlings, presented at a steep 51.1% abv. Just 114 bottles were produced.
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...
50 year old grain Scotch whisky from the Lowland based distillery, Carsebridge, bottled as part of the Extra Old Particular range by Douglas Laing. This whisky was distilled back in 1965 and bottled in 2015.
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An extremely tasty, well-aged single grain whisky from Invergoron. It was bottled as part of Douglas Laing's Xtra Old Particular range, after being aged for 52 years in a refill barrel, from November 1964 to November 2016. 236 bottles were filled in total. Pretty Incredible.
A closed distillery bottling from Douglas Laing's Old Particular range. This 50-year-old single grain from Dumbarton was distilled back in December 1964 and left to mature for over five decades. In June 2016, just 162 bottles were filled from a single refill hogshead. Impressive.
30 year old single grain Scotch whisky from William Grant & Sons, bottled for the Girvan Patent Still range. This crisp, light and honeyed-Lowland whisky picked up Gold in the Scotch Whisky Masters Awards.