Mosstowie was made in Lomond stills at Milton Duff. 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 Glenburgie and Scapa as well as Milton Duff) was to produce d ... Read More »
A 34 year old whisky from Miltonduff, bottled as 'Mosstowie' to distinguish it from their regular spirit due to it being distilled using their Lomond still. It was distilled on February 6th 1979, matured in a single bourbon cask and bottled at cask strength by Signatory on April 3rd 2013.
A 1970 vintage of the incredibly rare Mosstowie from independent bottlers Gordon & Macphail as part of their Connoisseurs Choice series. Produced from two Lomond Stills at Miltonduff distillery between 1964 and 1981, it was intended to be used as a base form blended whiskies and so no official bottlings were ever released. This has resulted in it being a much sought after and collectable malt.
Mosstowie is hard enough to come by - it was only produced between 1964-1981 in Miltonduff's Lomond stills. But an aged Mosstowie 17yo from Sestante? Ludicrously rare. And check out the strength!! A collector's wet dream.
Mosstowie is the very rare single malt made on a Lomond still between 1964 and 1981 at the little-known Miltonduff distillery, most of whose output goes into the Ballantine's blend. This 1979 Mosstowie has been bottled by Gordon & Macphail for their Rare Old series.