Scotland's most southerly working distillery has an echoing connection with Northern Ireland. Built in 1817, the distillery as sold in 1911 by the founding McLelland family to the Belfast based whisky merchant Dunville & Co., who made their own whiskey in Ireland but were in need of stocks of Scotch to fulfil customer demand. Unfortunately ... Read More »
A 1993 vintage Bladnoch from independent bottler Gordon & Macphail as part of their Connoisseurs Choice series. This was bottled in 2013, the year before the distillery was liquidated and put up for sale.
A 1992 vintage whisky from Bladnoch, bottled by independent bottlers Berry Brothers and Rudd. Distilled the year before the distillery was mothballed by then owners United Distillers, this was bottled in 2013 at 21 years of age.
A 1992 vintage Bladnoch, released by independent bottler Hunter Laing as part of its Old Malt Cask series. Distilled in November, it was aged in a refill hogshead for 21 years before 322 bottles were yielded in May 2014.
A 1991 vintage Bladnoch from independent bottler Mackillop's. Distilled on August 13, this was aged for 22 years before being bottled in March 2014. Two years after this was distilled, the distillery closed and was silent for seven years.
A 1953 vintage Glen Grant from independent bottlers Gordon & Macphail. This was bottled in 2012 at the grand age of 58 years, all spent in a first fill sherry butt. Just 294 bottles were drawn from the cask. This bottling was given an average of 90 points by six of the Malt Maniacs.
A great old Bladnoch bottled by Cadenhead's. Distilled in September 1964 and bottled 13 years later in September 1977 after maturing in a sherry cask - highly rated by the Malt Maniacs with an average of 92 points.