These are fascinating whiskies to try, uniquely different to other whiskies, and at the present time they offer extremely good value for money their age compared to single malts.
Scotch Grain Whisky
Carsebridge 'Sovereign' 1965 / 50 years old 41.5%
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 ...
Invergordon 'Cadenhead' 1972 / 43 years old 48.3%
Distilled in the column stills at the Invergordon single grain distillery, this two-barrel bottling from casks that were originally laid down on the 13th of December 1972. The two casks matured quietly for a remarkable 43 years before the decision was made to bottle them. For such an old whisky, it is still fresh and not overwhelmed by the wood ...
Invergordon 'Sovereign' 1966 / 50 years old 50%
Distilled in March of 1966, this 50 year old whisky comes from a single cask, distilled at the Invergordon grain distillery. It is beautifully aromatic, with an intensely exotic smell of vanilla pods, stewed fruit (rhubarb, prunes) and a buttery shortbread tone. The palate bursts with fruits again, building to a dark chocolate and drying walnutt...
Strathclyde 'Cadenhead' 1989 / 26 years old 58.1%