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Lowland single malt whisky
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Single Malt Scotch whiskies are grouped by region, each embracing certain characteristics. These are: Highlands (inc. & Speyside), Lowlands, Islands, Islay
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Founded in 1817, Bladnoch Distillery, which lies in Scotland’s Lowland whisky region, is the southernmost distillery in Scotland. Situated on the river of the same name, just...
The third release of cask strength Glenkinchie in te Special Releases series. Bottled from refill European oak butts filled in 1991. A maximum of 9,928 individually numbered...
Released February 2016, this is the first official bottling from the Ailsa Bay distillery. Although a no-age-statement whisky, its release comes following 8 years of the...
Released as a permanent addition to the Auchentoshan range in October 2014, this triple distilled Lowland single malt is aged for an undisclosed period exclusively in first fill...
A limited release of 1,800 bottles in September 2014, this 25 year old Auchentoshan was triple distilled in 1988 and initially matured for 8 years in ex-bourbon barrels followed by...
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