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Scotch Grain Whisky

Over 90% of all Scotch whisky sold is blended whisky. Blended whisky has been the cornerstone of the industry for so long because it is cheaper to produce than single malt whisky. The reason is, blended whisky contains grain whisky as well as malt whisky and grain whisky is much cheaper and easier to produce. The grain brings different qualities to the final blend than the malts do, and helps to bring more boisterous malts together too. The result is an an approachable whisky, made to suit a wide range of palates that is also more economical than a single malt.

Recently, we're seeing more Scotch grain whiskies released that flaunt the fact that grain whiskies can be delectable in their own right. There are single grains and also blended grain whiskies now available that are more than worth your time.

Caribbean Crème 1988 (bottled 2014) - Wemyss Malts (Invergordon)

70cl, 46%
Invergordon

Independently bottled Invergordon single grain Scotch whisky, distilled in 1988 and bottled in 2014. As with many Wemyss bottlings, it's been given a title based on its flavour profile - for this…  More info

Caribbean Crème 1988 (bottled 2014) - Wemyss Malts (Invergordon)
$87.29

Carsebridge 29 Year Old 1981 - The Clan Denny (Douglas Laing)

70cl, 53.1%
Carsebridge

This is single cask, bourbon-matured grain whisky from the Clan Denny range. It was distilled at Carsebridge in 1981 before a 29 year maturation in first-fill hogshead 6609. It was bottled at natural…  More info

Carsebridge 29 Year Old 1981 - The Clan Denny (Douglas Laing)

Carsebridge 30 Year Old 1979 - Rare Auld (Duncan Taylor)

70cl, 48.8%
Carsebridge

Single grain bottled by Duncan Taylor. This was distilled at Carsebridge in March 1979 and matured for 30 years in cask number 33043 before bottling at natural cask strength in March 2010. A release…  More info

Carsebridge 30 Year Old 1979 - Rare Auld (Duncan Taylor)

Carsebridge 30 Year Old 1981 - The Clan Denny (Douglas Laing)

70cl, 59.1%
Carsebridge

A 30 year old single cask grain whisky from Carsebridge. This was distilled in 1981 and aged in refill hogshead 7780 before bottling at natural cask strength for the Clan Denny range.  More info

Carsebridge 30 Year Old 1981 - The Clan Denny (Douglas Laing)

Carsebridge 33 Year Old 1982 (cask 11339) - Old Particular (Douglas Laing)

70cl, 44.9%
Carsebridge

A single cask bottling of 33 year old Carsebridge single grain Scotch whisky, aged in a single refill hogshead (which, evidently, imparted a wealth of colour as well as flavour to this whisky). It…  More info

Carsebridge 33 Year Old 1982 (cask 11339) - Old Particular (Douglas Laing)
$84.45

Carsebridge 33 Year Old 1982 (cask 74681) (The Grainman)

70cl, 42.6%
Carsebridge

It's The Grainman from The Maltman, or rather Meadowside Blending aka Donald and Andrew Hart. This single grain was distilled at the now-closed Carsebridge in December 1982 and spent over 33 years in…  More info

Carsebridge 33 Year Old 1982 (cask 74681) (The Grainman)
$90.91

Carsebridge 38 Year Old 1976 (cask 130950) - Cask Strength Collection (Signatory)

70cl, 55.8%
Carsebridge

Well aged grain whisky from the closed Carsebridge distillery, bottled by Signatory for La Maison du Whisky's Hogshead series. It spent over 38 years in a single cask between October 1976 and August…  More info

Carsebridge 38 Year Old 1976 (cask 130950) - Cask Strength Collection (Signatory)
$286.98

Carsebridge 42 Year Old 1973 (cask 11848) - The Sovereign (Hunter Laing)

70cl, 48.9%
Carsebridge

Ooh, single grain Scotch whisky from the long-closed Carsebridge distillery! Not only that, this is 42 year old single grain Carsebridge! Incredibly rare, exciting stuff right here... It was…  More info

Carsebridge 42 Year Old 1973 (cask 11848) - The Sovereign (Hunter Laing)

Carsebridge 42 Year Old 1973 (cask 12366) - The Sovereign (Hunter Laing)

70cl, 53.1%
Carsebridge

An independently bottled Carsebridge single grain Scotch whisky, aged in a refill hogshead cask for 42 years! Whisky from this distillery is very rare indeed, as it closed all the way back in the…  More info

Carsebridge 42 Year Old 1973 (cask 12366) - The Sovereign (Hunter Laing)
$248.49

Carsebridge 45 Year Old 1965 - The Clan Denny (Douglas Laing)

70cl, 44.7%
Carsebridge

Carsebridge was mothballed in 1983 then stripped of its parts in the 1990s, so what does this mean for this whisky? Well, it means we have a whisky that will never be produced again and will slowly…  More info

 Carsebridge 45 Year Old 1965 - The Clan Denny (Douglas Laing)

Carsebridge 50 Year Old 1965 (cask 10993) - Xtra Old Particular (Douglas Laing)

70cl, 40.1%
Carsebridge

A stunning 50 year old Carsebridge grain whisky, matured in a single refill hogshead and bottled by Douglas Laing for their XOP range.  More info

Carsebridge 50 Year Old 1965 (cask 10993) - Xtra Old Particular (Douglas Laing)

Carsebridge 50 Year Old 1965 (cask 11847) - The Sovereign (Hunter Laing)

70cl, 41.5%
Carsebridge

Distilled in October 1965, this grain was bottled by Hunter Laing in October 2015. The outturn of the single refill hogshead in which this whisky spent half a century maturing was just 267 bottles at…  More info

Carsebridge 50 Year Old 1965 (cask 11847) - The Sovereign (Hunter Laing)
$519.78

Carsebridge 52 Year Old 1964 - Single Cask (Master of Malt)

70cl, 40.5%
Carsebridge

An extraordinarily well aged 52 year old single grain Scotch whisky from a single refill barrel. Distilled in January 1964, we bottled it at a natural cask strength of 40.5% in May 2016 with an…  More info

Carsebridge 52 Year Old 1964 - Single Cask (Master of Malt)
$341.52

Collectors Very Rare 1963 Single Grain

75cl, 40%
Duncan Macleod & Co

A very rare, very old single grain whisky. This was distilled in 1963 and bottled by Duncan Macleod. Possibly this guy...  More info

Collectors Very Rare 1963 Single Grain

Compass Box Hedonism 10th Anniversary

70cl, 46%
Compass Box

A rare and very exciting release of Hedonism, celebrating 10 years of Compass Box. There are just 120 bottles of this, and it is a single grain from Invergordon, aged for 38 years in white oak.  More info

Compass Box Hedonism 10th Anniversary

Compass Box Hedonism Quindecimus

70cl, 46%
Compass Box

Hedonism Quindecimus is a limited edition release from Compass Box, created in celebration of the 15th anniversary of their spectacular Hedonism blended grain whisky (which was their first…  More info

Compass Box Hedonism Quindecimus
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$135.78

Compass Box Last Vatted Grain

70cl, 46%
Compass Box

Launched alongside The Last Vatted Malt, The Last Vatted Grain was launched to mark the end of "vatted whisky". From the 22nd November 2011, blends of single grain whiskies may no longer be called…  More info

Compass Box Last Vatted Grain

Darkness! Invergordon 23 Year Old Pedro Ximénez & Oloroso Hybrid Cask Finish

50cl, 50.8%
Invergordon

This 23 year old Invergordon single grain Scotch whisky has been treated to a finishing period in a specially coopered, 50 litre Pedro Ximénez & Oloroso Hybrid Cask(!), made with staves from Pedro…  More info

Darkness! Invergordon 23 Year Old Pedro Ximénez & Oloroso Hybrid Cask Finish
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Darkness! Loch Lomond 19 Year Old Oloroso Cask Finish

50cl, 55.6%
Loch Lomond

19 year old single grain Scotch whisky finished in a tiny, specially coopered 50 litre ex-Oloroso Sherry cask for at least 6 months.  More info

Darkness! Loch Lomond 19 Year Old Oloroso Cask Finish
$90.11

Darkness! North British 18 Year Old Oloroso Cask Finish

50cl, 50.4%
North British

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…  More info

Darkness! North British 18 Year Old Oloroso Cask Finish

Dumbarton 46 Year Old 1964 - The Clan Denny (Douglas Laing)

70cl, 47.3%
Dumbarton

This is a forty-six year old Dumbarton bottled by Clan Denny. Dumbarton is a grain whisky which means it is with un-malted grain. Although cheaper to make than single malt, when aged sufficiently…  More info

Dumbarton 46 Year Old 1964 - The Clan Denny (Douglas Laing)

Dumbarton 46 Year Old 1964 - The Clan Denny (Douglas Laing)

70cl, 47.4%
Dumbarton

Aged for a staggering 46 years, this is serious stuff from the Clan Denny range, distilled at Dumbarton in 1964 and aged in refill hogshead 7542. A beautiful single cask grain whisky.  More info

Dumbarton 46 Year Old 1964 - The Clan Denny (Douglas Laing)

Dumbarton 48 Year Old 1964 - The Clan Denny (Douglas Laing)

70cl, 50.1%
Dumbarton

This grain whisky from the once mighty Dumbarton distillery has been aged for an incredible 48 years. It is a 1964 vintage bottled by Douglas Laing under their Clan Denny brand.  More info

Dumbarton 48 Year Old 1964 - The Clan Denny (Douglas Laing)

Dumbarton 50 Year Old 1964 (cask 11227) - The Sovereign (Hunter Laing)

70cl, 43.8%
Dumbarton

This is a Hunter Laing bottling of single grain Scotch whisky from the Dumbarton distillery, which was mothballed in 2002. It was drawn from a single cask which was filled in December 1964 and opened…  More info

Dumbarton 50 Year Old 1964 (cask 11227) - The Sovereign (Hunter Laing)
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Dumbarton 50 Year Old 1964 (cask 11592) - The Sovereign (Hunter Laing)

70cl, 49.1%
Dumbarton

50 year old single grain Scotch whisky from the Dumbarton distillery, which was sadly mothballed in 2002. It was distilled all the way back in December 1964, matured in a single refill hogshead until…  More info

Dumbarton 50 Year Old 1964 (cask 11592) - The Sovereign (Hunter Laing)

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