Strathisla is a large-ish Speyside distillery now owned by Pernod under the Chivas Brothers mantle. Pernod acquired Strathisla, along with the rest of the Chivas group, in 2001 when they divvied up the spoils of the Seagram's takeover with Diageo.
Strathisla has long been associated with the Chivas Regal blended whisky, and the visitor cen ... Read More »
An old distillery bottling of Strathisla. The distillery is the spiritual home of the Chivas Regal range of blends, which is where most of its output ends up. We estimate this bottle dates from the 1980s.
A very rare bottling of Strathisla 10 year-old which was produced for the Italian market in, we estimate, the 1960s. It carries the original label still used by Gordon & Macphail for their modern bottlings of the whisky distilled in this era.
A very rare old bottling of Strathisla 10 year-old dating from the 1960s, complete with the original label still used by Gordon & Macphail for their modern bottlings of the whisky distilled in this era.
A long aged bottling of Strathisla from independent bottling veteran Gordon & Macphail, whose warehouses are filled with impressive number of treats like this. Clocking in at over 40 years old and packed full of sherry fruit and spice.
Strathisla is one of those great Speyside distilleries (like Glenfarclas, Macallan, Glen Grant etc) with a spirit capable of immense ageing. This Gordon and Macphail bottling is astonishing value for money for a fifty-year-old malt.
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A marvellous Gordon & Macphail bottling of ancient Strathisla, distilled in 1953 and bottled over 55 years later. Even better, for their most recent bottlings Gordon & Macphail have upped the strength to 43% from 40%. This should be phenomenal for lovers of the style.
A 1949 vintage Strathisla from independent bottlers Gordon & Macphail. The name Strathisla was not used until 1951, so when this was distilled, the distillery would have been known as Milton. We estimate this was bottled in the 1980s.
A 1948 vintage Strathisla from independent bottlers Gordon & Macphail, who are specialists in older whiskies. The distillery was actually called Milton when this was distilled, the name Strathisla not being adopted until 1951. We estimate this was bottled in the 1980s.