Founded by Irish refugees in 1825 on the outskirts of Glasgow, Auchentoshan is one of the last active distilleries in the Lowlands. In common with other Lowland (and Irish) whiskies, Auchentoshan malt whisky is distilled three times (as opposed to most Scottish malt whisky, which is distilled twice). This triple-distillation has the effect of ... Read More »
A no-age-statement Auchentoshan released in 2008, Classic is aimed at drawing in new drinkers to malt whisky, and has the easy-going drinkability to do the job. Not only that, but Auchentoshan Classic has now received a Kosher endorsement.
This Auchentoshan 12 yrs expression replaced the old 10 year-old a few years ago in 2008, when the range was totally revamped, and has been hailed as a big improvement on the occasionally lacklustre 10yo.
The 2012 release of Auchentoshan's no-nonsense, cask strength, bourbon cask matured dram. Built with a similar mix of casks to the Classic, this is bottled at full strength for a more concentrated flavour.
The ever-popular Auchentoshan 3 Wood is matured initially in bourbon casks before being finished in Oloroso or Pedro Ximenez casks for an extra layer of rich, sweet fruitiness. San Francisco WSC - Double Gold Medal Winner IWSC 2012 - Gold Medal - Whisky - Scotch
A well-aged whisky from Auchentoshan, distilled on 22nd October 1979 and bottled on 20th July 2012 after almost 33 years of maturation in first fill sherry casks. It's a limited edition of 1000 bottles showing off the art of balancing Auchentoshan's light, triple distilled spirit and big, influential sherry oak.
An old release of Auchentoshan whisky. This was distilled in 1973 and aged for 29 years in a Sherry Butt. The wonderfully dark colour of this whisky just goes to show how well it's been influenced by the sherry butt.
A single cask distillery bottling from Auchentoshan. An very old example for their spirit, which is generally bottled much younger, released at 31 years old having aged in a hogshead since 28th March 1966.