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The single malt whisky distillery Port Ellen was founded in 1825 in the small town of the same name in the south of whisky island Islay. Port Ellen was closed as a distillery in 1983 and converted into a large malting plant. The name Port Ellen has since grown to legendary proportions as one of the great 'lost distilleries' of Scotland. In the 21st century, quite a few, often highly valued bottlings were still released. From 2010 the stock did start to dry out.
In 2017, plans were published to reopen Port Ellen as a distillery.
In 2003 there was the 3rd Release of the Port Ellen single malt whisky distillery that closed in 1983. 24 years old and at cask strength. This now rare Islay whisky has taken on legendary proportions. But it is now in our shop!
A very special bottle: a Port Ellen single malt whisky, vintage 1979. This 29-year-old legendary Islay whisky was bottled for their own shop by spirits merchant and Port Ellen specialist Old Bothwell from Glasgow. But now in the Whiskybase-shop!
A Port Ellen single malt whisky, vintage 1982, bottled for their own shop at a solid cask strength of 57.5% by spirits merchant and Port Ellen specialist Old Bothwell. This 28-year-old legendary Islay whisky is now for sale in our shop!
A Port Ellen single malt whisky, vintage 1982, bottled for own their own shop by spirits merchant and Port Ellen specialist Old Bothwell from Glasgow. This 25-year-old legendary Islay whisky is now in the Whiskybase shop!
For their 30th birthday, Signatory Vintage launched, among other bottles, this 35-year-old Port Ellen single malt whisky. A special surprise that was very highly rated and received very favorable reviews. Given the price only for fanatic collectors ...
The German bottler Maltbarn managed to buy a bourbon cask with Port Ellen single malt whisky from the year that the legendary distillery closed. In 2012 he bottled 86 bottles from it. So, an extra rare Port Ellen. Now in our shop!
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