Also known as St Magdalene, this lost Lowlands distillery was built in the mid-18th century by Sebastian Henderson and operated for well over 200 years before being closed in the great cull of 1983. It had passed to A & J Dawson in 1798 before being acquired by DCL in 1912. The distillery was re-equipped in 1927 and had its own floor malti ... Read More »
A 1982 vintage whisky from closed distillery Linlithgow (aka St Magdalene) bottled in mid-2011 by Signatory as part of the Cask Strength Collection. This was matured in a wine treated butt and has a rather pokey bottling strength of 63.1%.
A rare First Cask bottling of 1975 vintage whisky from Linlithgow, aka St Magdalene, a delicate and refined lowlander which unfortunately ceased production in 1983. Despite the fact that the distillery has now been converted into flats you can still find the occasional bottling surfacing.
A 1975 vintage whisky from Linlithgow distillery, also known as St. Magdalene distillery. This whisky has been matured in a single oak cask for 25 years, and has been bottled at cask strength. Bottled by Signatory in September 2000.
A fabulous cask strength expression of Linlithgow aka St Magdalene, this was part of the Diageo super premium 'Special Releases' from 2004. Beautiful grassy, fruity Lowland malt whisky with real depth.