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Founded in 1832 in Campbeltown, Scotland, the Glen Scotia distillery is one of three remaining of the once 34 distilleries in what was then called the Whisky Capital of the World. Of course, Glen Scotia, just like almost all old Scottish distilleries, has been closed a number of times. The last time from 1994 to 2000.
Since the last reopening, more than 100 own Glen Scotia bottlings have been released.
Where do you find that anymore, a Glen Scotia single malt whisky in a Dumpy Bottle? Well, with us! This 14 year old Campbeltonian was bottled in 2002. Notes of flowers and grass, citrus, juniper and menthol; sweet malt and grapes in the mouth. At 40%.
This 15-year-old single malt is a good example of Campbeltown whisky in general and of Glen Scotia in particular. This standard bottling has a lot of character with its typical mineral notes and a hint of smoke and salt. Worth considering!
Glen Scotia is one of the 3 distilleries of the smallest whisky region, Campbeltown. With this 18-year-old bottling matured in sherry casks, Glen Scotia presents quite a complex, interesting and full-bodied malt. To drink with attention. At 46%.
With this 16-year-old Glen Scotia bottler Murray McDavid releases one of his creative bottlings. The Campbeltown malt whisky is finished in special sauternes casks after maturing on bourbon. For those who like a original finishing!
With this 'ageless' bottling, Campbeltown distillery Glen Scotia sets an example of a good balance between bourbon and sherry influences of the casks on which this malt whisky matured. A nice and affordable introduction to Glen Scotia!
With the Victoriana, Campbeltown distillery Glen Scotia creates a subtle combination of various whisky types: sweet, spicy, wood tones and fruit with a hint of smoke. This whisky has matured in charred oak casks and is bottled at cask strength (51.5%).
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