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The North British Distillery was founded in 1885 on the outskirts of Edinburgh by three independent whisky blenders and traders who wanted to create their own grain spirit. Over time, the distillery has grown into a major supplier of grain whisky for the Scottish blending industry. Only during the two world wars did production stop for a while. Like all grain distilleries, North British also has very few bottlings of its own. For this brand too it has to come from independent bottlers.
Bottler Signatory Vintage also knows its stuff with single grain whisky. They have released dozens of often well-appreciated bottlings of North British grain alone. Here's another one in the Cask Strength Collection, 31 years old and sherry-aged. (54.3%)
The North British grain distillery near Edinburgh is a major supplier of grain whisky for the Scotch blending industry. To enjoy this grain in its purest form, we rely on independent bottlings like this one. Aged 31 years in a bourbon cask. (45.0%)
One of the series from Signatory Vintage is the Single Grain Collection, a series with very attractively priced bottlings of single grain whisky, not complex, easy to drink. This is a grain from the North British Distillery, 13 years old and at 43%.
North British is one of Scotland's largest grain distilleries. There are hardly any distillery bottlings of their single grain whisky, but fortunately, there are bottlings by third parties. A very nicely priced one is this one from Signatory Vintage. (46%
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