Glenury Royal was founded in 1825 near Stonehaven, Aberdeenshire in the Eastern Highlands by Captain Robert Barclay. The name of the distillery was taken from the nearby Glen in the district of Ury. Barclay himself was a colourful character. As well as being the Laird of Ury and the local MP, he was also a famous athlete who had walked from L ... Read More »
A belated entry in Diageo's 2011 Special Releases selection, hitting the market in early 2012. Closed in 1985 and since demolished, whisky from the distillery is sought after by collectors and drinkers alike due to the comparatively small number of bottlings available.
A ridiculously rare item - this Single Malt Scotch Whisky From Glenury Distillery (as the label proclaims) is one of just thirty-seven bottles from a refill hogshead bottled for Douglas Laing's Old Malt Cask range.