Glencraig was made in Lomond stills at Glenburgie. Lomond stills have a rectification column instead of a lyne arm and are akin to a cross between a traditional potstill and a column still. The idea behind the Lomond stills that were introduced at Ballantine's distilleries (including Milton Duff and Scapa as well as Glenburgie) was to produce ... Read More »
A 1976 vintage whisky from Signatory, bottled under the Glencraig name. Glencraig is the name given to whisky distilled at Glenburgie using their Lomond stills, which were removed in 1981. A rare whisky, never officially bottled by the distillery.
A rare and interesting bottling from Gordon & Macphail's Rare Old range - a 1975 Glencraig. This isn't a distillery name, instead being what the Gleburgie distillery called the Lomond still made whisky that it produced between 1958 and 1981.