A line from Dundee to Dumbarton dictates the Northern extent of the Lowland region, which extends south to the Scottish/English border. The region has eight producing single malt distilleries and about the same number of extinct ones. Traditionally, the Lowland dram is a lighter style, focusing on citrus, 'grassy' and clean oaky notes.

Once home to a large number of distilleries in the early period of Scotch whisky, and while its numbers dwindled to just a handful in more recent times, there has been a resurgance of production in the area with newcomers Kingsbarns, Daftmill and Annandale, all of which will release mature whiskies in the coming years.

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Auchentoshan 'Old Malt Cask' 1997 / 18 years old 50%

Auchentoshan 'Old Malt Cask' 1997 / 18 years old 50%

Region: Lowland

Strength: 50%

Volume: 700ml

$151.00

Only 150 bottles of this 18 year old Auchentoshan were bottled by Hunter Laing as part of their iconic 'Old Malt Cask' series. True to the distillery style it has a lovely, soft and creamy feel to it on both the nose and the palate. Notes of banana, creme brulee and vanilla fudge all leading up to a long and satisfying finish.


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Auchentoshan 'Old Particular' 2000 / 14 years old 48.4%

Auchentoshan 'Old Particular' 2000 / 14 years old 48.4%

Region: Lowland

Strength: 48.4%

Volume: 700ml

$143.00

Distilled in late 2000, this Auchentoshan embodies the Lowland style, with crisp, fragrant and delicate floral and citrus notes and a sweet and soft palate and mouthfeel. The lingering taste is of orange pith and vanilla fudge, a typical characteristic of the triple distilled Auchentoshan.


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Auchentoshan 'Provenance' 2002 / 14 years old 46%

Auchentoshan 'Provenance' 2002 / 14 years old 46%

Region: Lowland

Strength: 46%

Volume: 700ml

$104.00

This new Auchentoshan was bottled from a single refill Hogshead cask by one of Scotland's most famed independent bottlers, Douglas Laing & Co. The Auchentoshan distillery's triple-distillation makes for a very fresh, delicate and citric dram, and this bottling is particularly creamy, custardy and with a distinctive flavour of poached white f...


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Auchentoshan 'Signatory' 1998 / 17 years old UCF 46%

Auchentoshan 'Signatory' 1998 / 17 years old UCF 46%

Region: Lowland

Strength: 46%

Volume: 700ml

$115.00

The Auchentoshan still uses the old traditional Lowland style of making whisky by triple distillation, and every single drop made there passes through the three stills, becoming lighter with each distilation. Even after 17 years of maturation, this Signatory Vintage selection from just two barrels has a light, crisp and tangy citrus aroma, with ...


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Auchentoshan 'Three Wood' 43%

Auchentoshan 'Three Wood' 43%

Region: Lowland

Strength: 43%

Volume: 700ml

$121.00

This Auchentoshan Lowland Single Malt Whisky has been matured in three different cask types. Moving from American Bourbon to Spanish Oloroso Sherry - and finally Pedro Ximenez Sherry casks - Three Wood is a rich whisky with toffee and sherry oak flavours.


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Auchentoshan 12 years old 40%

Auchentoshan 12 years old 40%

Strength: 40%

Volume: 700ml

Region: Lowland

$76.00

One of the few remaining distilleries in the Lowlands of Scotland, Auchentoshan is tripple distilled which contributes to its light yet complex nose and palate, offering up toasted almonds, hints of citrus (mandarin) and fresh grass and a rounded caramalised toffee mouthfeel. An excellent dram to get the evening started.


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Bladnoch 'Gordon and MacPhail' 1993 / 2013 46%

Bladnoch 'Gordon and MacPhail' 1993 / 2013 46%

Region: Lowland

Strength: 46%

Volume: 700ml

$172.00

Bladnoch is the most southerly distillery currently active in Scotland, situated on the river by the same name on the Machars Peninsula in Galloway. Founded in 1817, Bladnoch has had a patchy history including a long closure from 1938-1956. Bladnoch whiskies are typified by notes of citrus peel and grassy, floral notes that is carried by a malty...


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Bladnoch 'Old Malt Cask' 1992 / 21 years old 50%

Bladnoch 'Old Malt Cask' 1992 / 21 years old 50%

Region: Lowland

Strength: 50%

Volume: 700ml

$206.80

Distilled in 1992, this whisky from the Bladnoch distillery has been maturing for 21 years in refill hogshead casks. Floral notes on the nose are accompanied with spicy vanilla leading into nutmeg and citrus on the palate. Spice continues through to the finish with a long oaky aftertaste.


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Caledonian 'Cadenhead' 1987 / 29 years old 52.3%

Caledonian 'Cadenhead' 1987 / 29 years old 52.3%

Region: Lowland

Strength: 52.3%

Volume: 700ml

$269.00

At the peak of its production the Caledonian distillery was one of Scotland's largest grain distilleries, situated near the Haymarket in Edinburgh. Originally named after the town, it was founded in 1885 and operated until its closure in 1988 and its eventual conversion into apartments. This is the first example of a 'Cally' that we have had in ...


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Carsebridge 'Sovereign' 1965 / 50 years old 41.5%

Carsebridge 'Sovereign' 1965 / 50 years old 41.5%

Region: Lowland

Strength: 41.5%

Volume: 700ml

$966.00

We think this incredibly rare bottling is the first example of Carsebridge we've had here at Whisky Galore. The distillery dates back to the 1700s, initially producing malt whisky before moving to grain after a few decades and by 1980 it was the biggest distillery in Scotland. Unfortunately just a few years later it become one of the victims of ...


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Dumbarton 'Xtra Old Particular' 1964 / 51 years old 45.8%

Dumbarton 'Xtra Old Particular' 1964 / 51 years old 45.8%

Region: Lowland

Strength: 45.8%

Volume: 700ml

$706.00

The Dumbarton grain distillery was founded in 1938 in the town of the same name, with column stills purpose-built in America and designed solely to distill a maize based mash. Distilled in 1964 and matured for a remarkable 51 years before bottling, this represents the oldest and only expression we have stocked from the distillery. The tasting no...


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Garnheath 'Xtra Old Particular' 1974 / 42 years old 44.5%

Garnheath 'Xtra Old Particular' 1974 / 42 years old 44.5%

Region: Lowland

Strength: 44.5%

Volume: 700ml

$465.00

Garnheath is the name given to grain whisky produced at the Moffat distillery complex in Airdrie, a large-scale whisky operation that at one time had 1,000 workers on site. Garnheath spirit was first produced in 1965 and ending shortly thereafter in 1986, with this particular cask filled in 1974. There have been few expressions bottled from thes...


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Glen Flagler 'Pure Malt' 40%

Glen Flagler 'Pure Malt' 40%

Region: Lowland

Strength: 40%

Volume: 700ml

$1,259.00

Glen Flagler whisky comes from one of the three pairs of stills at the now defunct Moffat distillery. Three styles were made there - the heavily peated Islebrae, the unpeated Killyloch and the mildly peated Glen Flagler. Moffat was closed in 1986, and bottlings of Glen Flagler are notoriously rare these days, especially this bottling which was o...


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Glenkinchie 12 years old 43%

Glenkinchie 12 years old 43%

Region: Lowland

Strength: 43%

$86.00

Light, honeyed and with a delicate hint of spice, the Glenkinchie distillery is one of the few remaining Lowland distilleries in Scotland. Situated just outside of Edinburgh, and indeed known as the 'Edinburgh Malt', it is one of the countries most visited distilleries. A fantastic starting point for those new to the pleasures of single malt Sco...


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Glenkinchie 12 years old 43% 200ml

Glenkinchie 12 years old 43% 200ml

Region: Lowland

Strength: 43%

Volume: 200ml

$36.00

A dinky wee bottle of Glenkinchie's classic 12 year old.


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Littlemill 'Gordon & MacPhail' 1991 / 2015 45.5%

Littlemill 'Gordon & MacPhail' 1991 / 2015 45.5%

Region: Lowland

Strength: 45.5%

Volume: 700ml

$585.00

Littlemill, established in 1772, lies on the border between the Highland and Lowland regions, but is classed as Lowland dues to its use of triple distillation. Unfortunately the buildings were completely demolished in 2006.Vanilla, strawberry and redcurrant aromas are complemented by a touch of oak. The palate has a sweet heather honey, cranberr...


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Littlemill 25 years old 50.4%

Littlemill 25 years old 50.4%

Region: Lowland

Strength: 50.4%

Volume: 700ml

$3,221.00

Littlemill is one of the sadly departed distilleries of the Lowlands, and this bottling is a particularly remarkable one as it comes with a section of stave from the cask filled with Littlemill new make in 1990. This expression was matured in a combination of American and European oak casks for 25 years. One of the oldest distilleries of the low...


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North British 'Cadenhead' 1985 / 31 years old 55%

North British 'Cadenhead' 1985 / 31 years old 55%

Region: Lowland

Strength: 55%

Volume: 700ml

$196.00

Distilled on April Fool's day in 1985, this single cask grain whisky comes from North British, Edinburgh's last remaining distillery. Made from grains other than malted barley and distilled in a column still, this is very sweet and light dram with lots of confectionary notes like marshmallow, toffee apple, pear drops and creamy vanilla toffee. F...


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North British 'Sovereign' 1989 / 25 years old 59.7%

North British 'Sovereign' 1989 / 25 years old 59.7%

Region: Lowland

Strength: 59.7%

Volume: 700ml

$197.00

Distilled at the North British grain distillery, this bottling from Hunter Laing & Co. is a rare example of a single cask, single grain whisky. The flavours are typical of old grain whisky - freshly and strongly vanilla'd, with peaches, rhubarb and stewed prunes and a toffee'd, butterscotch and orchard fruit flavours. At 59.7%, for its age i...


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Port Dundas 'Cadenhead' 1988 / 27 years old 50.9%

Port Dundas 'Cadenhead' 1988 / 27 years old 50.9%

Region: Lowland

Strength: 50.9%

Volume: 700ml

$209.00

Port Dundas is a grain distillery situated in Glasgow and they produce a light whisky in column stills to be matured and used in many blends from Scotland. Biscuity and creamy to start, on the nose it is very light and sweet with aroms and flavours of honeycomb (hokey pokey), ginger nuts and sticky toffee pudding. Grain whiskies are starting to ...


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Port Dundas 'Sovereign' 1988 / 27 years old 56.1%

Port Dundas 'Sovereign' 1988 / 27 years old 56.1%

Region: Lowland

Strength: 56.1%

Volume: 700ml

$182.00

This golden whisky has a powerful nose of sweet vanilla, raisins, peaches and a hint of ginger and lemon peel. Initially sweet on the palate with notes of vanilla, followed by a rich creme brulee character, burnt sugar and a delicate fruitiness giving complexity.


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Rosebank 'Gordon & MacPhail' 1990 / 2015 46%

Rosebank 'Gordon & MacPhail' 1990 / 2015 46%

Region: Lowland

Strength: 46%

Volume: 700ml

$645.00

Distilled just three years before the distilleries closure in 1993, this small batch release from Rosebank distillery is limited to just 602 bottles. Bottled in 2015 after maturation in refil Sherry Hogsheads it has hints of rose petals, beeswax and citrus on the nose that leads up to flavours of cracked black pepper with red apple, orange peel ...


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SMWS G8.5 'Body surfing at Bondi beach' 25 years old 59.6%

SMWS G8.5 'Body surfing at Bondi beach' 25 years old 59.6%

Region: Lowland

Strength: 59.6%

Volume: 700ml

$251.60

SMWS Tasting notes: Newly sanded, polished, teak yacht in warm sun. New shoes on deck. Salted caramel chocolate, with Nepalese tea, candy floss on the stick. Redcurrant jelly, Arctic Roll and raspberry tart. Rose and pine mingled with cardamon, bison grass and pistachio. Cask: refill hogshead, ex bourbon cask Outturn: 240 bottles Please note: ...


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St Magdalene 'Gordon & MacPhail' 1982 / 2015 46%

St Magdalene 'Gordon & MacPhail' 1982 / 2015 46%

Region: Lowland

Strength: 46%

Volume: 700ml

$998.00

The St Magdalene distillery, also known as Linlithgow is situated in the village of the same name, between Edinburgh and Glasgow. St Magdalene was one of the oldest distilleries in the Lowland's, founded in 1797 and rather sadly closed in 1983. The site is now a small housing complex, and the only visible sign of the distillery left is the pagod...


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