Also known as Linlithgow, 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 maltings ... Read More »
A very rare bottling from St Magdalene distillery. This 1964 vintage whisky has been matured for 17 years and bottled by Gordon & Macphail for their Connoisseurs Choice series. We can't get enough of these old-style brown labels.
A 1964 vintage St Magdalene (aka Linlithgow) from independent bottlers Gordon & Macphail as part of their Connoisseurs Choice range, bottled at 17 years of age in the early 1980s. The distillery was one of the many victims of the cull of 1983 and bottles are ever increasingly rare and sought after.
An official bottling from the 1979 vintage of St Magdalene. This was released as part of Diageo's Rare Malt Series. The distillery closed just 4 years after this was distilled. Bottlings are much sought after, especially ones like this which was warded 92 points by Serge Valentin of whiskyfun.com.
St Magdalene's 1979 entry in the Rare Malts series. The distillery closed in 1983, as part of the mass-closures across the industry at the time, and this is one of the few official bottlings that made it out of the distillery. It's an excellent malt, picking up a stack of 90+ scores from the Malt Maniacs.
A very rare bottling of St. Magdalene single malt (aka Linlithgow). The Waterloo St. bottling was distributed to Diageo engineering staff and VIPs in 1998 in celebration of 100 years at Ainslie & Heilbron's buildings at 64 Waterloo Street in Glasgow.