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Grain Whisky

Although most grain whisky is used as a blending component, it is a drink in its own right. Grain whisky is distilled from cereal grains, but not malted barley. Popular choices include corn, wheat and rye. Renowned distilleries include Cambus, Girvan and Cameron Bridge.

Grain Whisky
A vibrant, yummy single grain whisky from North British, That Boutique-y Whisky Company's first Batch from this distillery! The handsome label shows a slightly sinister character, possibly somebody in...  More info
$79.65
From brilliant Belgian distillers, Filliers, comes yet another fantastic sherry finished expression as part of their series of double still grain whiskies finished in different types of sherry cask...  More info
$96.03
Using both malt barley and selected, quality grains, Belgian distillers Filliers created the first ever double still Belgian whisky, using both pot and column stills.

This is the first release of...  More info
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$96.03
Not even single grain whisky can escape the reach of Darkness! This North British spent 3 months in first-fill, 50 litre Oloroso Sherry casks before it was bottled. These casks were specially coopered...  More info
$116.20
All hail the Coffey still! Or is that the coffee still? Whilst the label may be a little confused by these homophonic terms, the whisky itself certainly isn't confused at all, in fact, it's an...  More info
$119.52
Ah, this is exciting! Single grain Scotch whisky from the North British distillery, released for Douglas Laing's Directors' Cut range. Not only that, it's 50 years old, too! 525 bottles of this sweet...  More info
$632.31
The Snow Grouse
(70cl, 40%)
Wonderfully, the Snow Grouse is a grain whisky, designed to be drunk cold. What a brilliant idea! In fact, they recommend you have these stuff straight from the freezer.  More info
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$31.21
"One of apple, two of oak,
Orange, allspice, yet no smoke."

A single grain whisky from Loch Lomond, who are pretty big on sorcery. How else do you explain how they're able to produce both grain...  More info
$63.04
Teeling Single Grain
(70cl, 46%)
Irish single grain whiskey from Teeling! There are only an elite few Irish single grain whiskies out there at the moment, but Teeling went ahead and made theirs unique by maturing it in Californian...  More info
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$64.06
Cameron Brig
(70cl, 40%)
This single grain whisky was distilled at the Cameronbridge distillery in fife. A very light, gentle whisky.  More info
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$34.75
Compass Box Hedonism
(70cl, 43%)
A delightful blended grain whisky, Hedonism really is as enjoyable as the name suggests, a smooth and creamy offering from Compass Box.  More info
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$88.72
Greenore 8 Year Old
(70cl, 40%)
An 8 year old single grain whiskey from Ireland! This won Gold (Best in Class) three years running at the International Wine and Spirits Competition between 2008 and 2010. Greenore is distilled at the...  More info
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$51.40
This single cask whisky was distilled at Rare Ayrshire on the 21st February 1975, and it was aged for 36 years in a single bourbon barrel before bottling by Signatory at cask strength on the 20th June...  More info
$232.85
A very rare and hard-to-come-by Japanese grain whisky from the Fuji Gotemba distillery. It was founded in 1973 by Kirin, and is highly unusual.  More info
$282.32
A 38 year old, single cask, cask strength grain whisky. Distilled at Port Dundas in January 1973, and bottled in April of 2011. A release of 187 bottles.  More info
A 37 year old single cask grain whisky, distilled at Strathclyde, aged for 37 years in cask 74065, it was bottled for Duncan Taylor's Rare Auld range in April 2011. A release of just 101 bottles.  More info
Distilled at Strathclyde grain distillery in January 1980 and aged for 31 years in a single cask, this was bottled by Duncan Taylor for their Rare Auld series in March 2011. A cask strength release of...  More info
This was distilled at the Invergordon grain distillery in October 1972, it was then aged in a single cask for 38 years before bottling in 2011 for Duncan Taylor's impressive Rare Auld range. A release...  More info
Distilled at the Port Dundas grain distillery in January 1973, and aged for 38 years in a single sherry cask, this was bottled in June 2011 by Duncan Taylor. A release of 303 bottles.  More info
Distilled at Invergordon in November 1972, this was aged in a single cask (number 96251) for 38 years before bottling by Duncan Taylor in February 2011. A release of 130 numbered bottles, all at...  More info
This was distilled at Strathclyde grain distillery in January 1980 and aged for 30 years in cask 1500 before bottling by Duncan Taylor in September 2010. A release of 166 bottles.  More info
Upon first trying this North British, we couldn't believe it was a grain whisky. It's so full of character, with such a thick, rich bourbon cask influence, we had to bottle it! This was distilled on...  More info
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A single cask grain whisky, distilled at Invergordon in 1971 and bottled by Berry Brothers and Rudd in 2010.  More info
$178.36
Single cask, cask strength grain whisky from Girvan, distilled in 1989 and bottled by BBR.  More info
$94.60
A spectacular 37 year old Grain whisky from the now closed North of Scotland distillery. A frankly amazing age of whisky for the price.  More info
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$171.88
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