Grain whisky is made from any cereal grains, although in practice today maize (corn) is most widely used. Unlike single malt whiskies, grain whisky is normally distilled in a column still rather than a potstill, meaning far greater volumes can be produced. Grain whiskies are the main ingredient in most blended Scotch whisky. Read More »
A great old whisky from Douglas Laing, bottled for the Directors' Cut series. Distilled in 1963 at North British distillery in Edinburgh and aged for a colossal 50 years in a refill butt. It's picked up lots of colour and has kept its strength, leading to an intensely flavoured and impressive dram.
In 2013, Grant's took the decision to introduce a range of Single Grain whiskies from their Girvan distillery in Ayrshire. The 30 year old was a hit at their masterclass at The Whisky Show that year and is rich with a spicy woodiness.
A 40 year old single grain whisky from North British, bottled by the distillery at cask strength. Almost all of the distillery's production is used for blending, very little sees the light of day as single grain and it's incredibly rare to see an official bottling.
A very rare bottling of 1978 vintage Garnheath Single Grain, bottled by independent bottlers The Coopers Choice at 24 years of age in 2013. The distillery was situated in the Moffat complex (along with Killyloch and Glen Flagler), was closed in July 1986 and demolished in 1988.
A very rare bottling of 1973 vintage Garnheath Single Grain. The distillery, which was located in the Moffat complex but closed in 1986 and was demolished in 1988. Aged for 24 years before being bottled by Signatory as part of a gift pack containing 2 glasses to commemorate the 10th anniversary of Signatory in 1998.
A very rare bottling of 1972 vintage Garnheath Single Grain, bottled by independent bottlers Signatory at 27 years of age on Febraury 1 2000. The distillery was situated in the Moffat complex (along with Killyloch and Glen Flagler), was closed in July 1986 and demolished in 1988.