Grain whisky is any type of whisky made in Scotland that is solely produced from grains other than malted barley, and distilled in a column still. Grain whiskies are a cousin to Single Malt whiskies and are an important part of what makes Scotch Blended whisky so special - they are in some regards the glue the ties the malts together in a blend. These whiskies are made in column stills, operating in continuous production as opposed to the smaller 'batch' method used for single malt.  In Scotland there are four grain distilleries and compared to single malt whiskies, they are not readily available as a brand.

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

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Invergordon 'Sovereign' 1987 / 30 years old 51.6%

Invergordon 'Sovereign' 1987 / 30 years old 51.6%

Region: Highland

Strength: 51.6%

Volume: 700ml


Distilled in May of 1987, this 30 year old whisky comes from a single cask, distilled at the Invergordon grain distillery. It has been maturing in a refill hogshead and bottled at cask strength of 51.6%. Notes of vanilla and hard toffee make for a rounded and creamy nose. The creaminess moves to the palate, as well as summer fruits, peaches, str...

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Cameronbridge 'Old Particular' 1991 / 28 years old 52.6%

Region: Lowland

Strength: 52.6%

Volume: 700ml


Bottled from a single cask filled in October 1991, this limited edition Douglas Laing release hails from the Cameronbridge grain distillery north-east of Edinburgh. Traditionally this whisky has an intense and lively wood-forward profile - lashings of woody vanilla, freshly sawn oak and toasted elements coming together with old fashioned hard ca...

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