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
Caledonian 'Xtra Old Particular' 1976 / 42 years old 53.3%
This 42 year old whisky comes from the Caledonian distillery, which was at one time one of the largest grain whisky producers in Scotland. Situated in Edinburgh, Caledonian closed in the late 1980's and there have been very few bottlings of its whisky, this being amongst the very few we have had in our store. The tasting notes from Fred Laing, o...
Cameronbridge 'Cadenhead' 1989 / 29 years old 57.8%
Distilled at Scotland's largest grain distillery, Cameronbridge in Fife, this is an excellent example of old grain whisky. Rich and spicy aromas with cocoa powder, crystalised ginger, and ripe plums. Thick and chewy on the palate with rye spice, honey butter and coconut flakes and cardamon pods emerging. Lemon butter, thick custard and steward r...
Cameronbridge 'Old Particular The Elements - Air' 27 years old 4
Specially selected by Douglas Laing & Co for their 'elements' collection, this limited edition release comes from the Cameronbridge grain distillery situated on the east coast of the Kingdom of Fife. Distilled in October 1991 and bottled after 27 years of maturation, the tasting notes describe a elegant sweetness - vanilla, puff candy (cotto...
Dumbarton 'Sovereign' 1987 / 31 years old 43.5%
Distilled at the now defunct Dumbarton distillery in West Dumbartonshire, this single cask single grain has been bottled as part of Hunter Laing's 'Sovereign' series after 31 long years maturing in a single Bourbon barrel. It boasts rich, marshmallowy aromas, with hints of vanilla and decadent caramel. Candied orange to the fore on the palate wi...
Invergordon 'Gordon & MacPhail' 1997 / 55.5%
After 21 years maturation in a single refil American hogshead cask, this single grain whisky from Invergordon distillery boasts aromas of caramelised orange with dried bananas and honeycomb. Creamy on the palate with tropical fruit flavours and lingering milk chocolate on the finish. One of only 218 bottles, this is a rich and decadent dram from...
Port Dundas 'Infrequent Flyers' 1995 / 24 years old 58.4%
One of the second batch of whiskies in the 'Infrequent Flyers' series, a brand new independent bottling company from Alistair Walker, this Port Dundas was drawn from a single hogshead after 24 years of maturation. Port Dundas distillery was a Single Grain distillery which produced between 1811 and 2011, stock from the distillery is now hard to ...