- Malt Whiskies - Lowland
rare Lowland Malt produced in an imposing, but mothballed, distillery
complex at Dumbarton. The whisky, once described as "a Lowlander
wearing a kilt", is light, floral and fragrant on the nose,
while on the palate it is delicately sweet and slightly nutty
bottling of single cask No4616, last one of 186 bottles. Pure Nectar!
Needs to be experienced as mere words cannot explain the subtlety
and depth of this great whisky.
10 years old 43%
straw colour with a fresh dry pleasantly peated and slightly spirity
nose. Full, dry malty flavour, quite spicy and smooth with a long,
rich, delicately smokey finish.
1966 30 year old 40%
1967 29 year old 40%
12 years old 43%
amber colour with green tinges and a light spirity nose. Dry spicy
palate with a fiery finish of good length. Produced by the, for
Scotland, unusual method of triple distillation. This has always
been a favourite of regular whisky drinkers, as early as the 1890's
it was only available on allocation. Particularly prized now, since
the distillery closed in 1993.