A former brewery, Glen Moray was converted into a distillery in 1897 - at the beginning of a difficult time for the Scotch industry. The poor financial outlook for distilleries in the wake of the Pattison crash and increases in duty in the first decade of the new century dealt a fatal blow to the finances of the Glen Moray Glenlivet Distillery ... Read More »
An interesting spicy dram from Glen Moray - a 10 year old whisky entirely matured in Chardonnay casks. The start of what we hope is a continuing line of new whiskies from this often overlooked distillery.
A 1991 vintage Glen Moray from independent bottlers Berry Brothers & Rudd, who were founded way back in 1698. This is a different style of Glen Moray to the usual official bottlings, but that's what makes single cask bottlings so interesting.
A 1986 vintage Glen Moray from independent bottlers Adelphi. The distillery is well known for only using ex bourbon barrels for the main part maturation of their whiskies (barring a few examples of finishing in wine casks).
A special bottle of Glen Moray, released in 1997 to celebrate the distilley's centenary. The casks used were from the 1976-1979 vintages and spent the last ten years of their maturation in port pipes after initial maturation in ex-bourbon hogsheads.
Released in the summer of 2013, this is a limited edition release of 3482 bottles from Glen Moray, each of which is hand signed by master distiller Graham Coull. Distilled in 1986, this was aged initially in ex bourbon casks before being finished in port casks.
A 1991 vintage Glen Moray. This was a marriage of casks matured in first-fill mountain oak casks from North America, both toasted and charred versions. This is sweeter than usual expressions from this distillery.