One of the larger distilleries in Diageo's stable, the modern Glendullan distillery was constructed in 1972 next door to the previous distillery, which had been constructed in the late 1890s and whose whisky had found favour at the court of King Edward VII in 1902. The two distillery ran concurrently until 1985, when the original distillery was ... Read More »
Bottled for the distillery's centenary, this single cask 16yo Glendullan has been kept at its remarkable full strength of 62.6% - so it needs a generous drop of water to tame its elegant, yet firm style and lift the grassy citrus flavours.
An old bottling of Glendullan's 12 year old. This seems to be the age the owners believe is best for the distillery's spirit, as they have hardly released any official bottlings at any other age. We estimate this dates from the 1980s.
A 13yo single cask Glendullan bottled at full strength for the Managers' Choice series. Glendullan is another distillery we didn't see much of on this side of the pond, but malt from what is one of Diageo's larger distilleries has recently emerged in the US under the Singleton banner. Interestingly, this is marked as having come from a rejuvenated cask - kudos to Diageo for this extra snippet of clarity.
A richly coloured whisky from Glendullan, selected by the distillery manager and originally given as a present to the friends and employees of the distillery. This one went out into the world in November 1989 and only a few remain undrunk.
A 1966 vintage Glendullan from independent bottlers Cadenhead's. Distilled a few years after the distillery underwent major refurbishment and reconstruction, this was aged for 31 years in an ex-sherry cask and can therefore be expected to be a rich single malt.