Inverleven was part of the gigantic distilling complex built in Dumbarton in 1938 by the famous Canadian distillery company Hiram Walker, makers of Canadian Club, to provide filling for their newly-acquired Ballantine's blend. Hiram Walker's had also bought Miltonduff and Glenburgie for the same purpose, and later acquired Scapa. The complex co ... Read More »
A 1991 vintage whisky from Inverleven, distilled in the year that they closed down. There are no official bottlings from the distillery, leaving it to people like Gordon & Macphail to get the whisky out into the world.
A 1977 vintage whisky from Inverleven, which closed in 1991 without having released any official bottlings. The indies have picked up on it, though, and this is one of a number of releases from Signatory, aged for 34 years in a bourbon cask and bottled at cask strength.
A historic bottling - the first ever official release of Inverleven, the Lowland distillery closed in 1991. This is one of the first releases in Chivas Brothers' Deoch an Doras series - the name (roughly pronounced 'Jock an Doris') means 'a drink at the door', the Gaelic equivalent of 'one for the road' - although why the Irish spelling of 'doras' has been used instead of the Scottish 'doruis' or 'dorus' is probably one for the marketing dept to answer.
A 1973 vintage whisky from Inverleven, a malt distillery that operated from within the Dumbarton grain distillery complex until 1991. This is part of Chivas Brothers's Deoch an Doras series, roughly translated as 'One for the road', and was bottled in 2011 at 37 years old.