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Glen Moray

Glen Moray was built on the site of the West Brewery to the west of Elgin on the banks of the River Lossie. Following reconstruction, Glen Moray Distillery was founded in 1897. It was not long before the distillery closed in 1910, though it reopened a couple of years later, shortly before closing once more. In 1920, Macdonald and Muir acquired the distillery and once more spirit flowed from the stills. The distillery operated its own floor maltings, converting to a Saladin Box in 1957, which remained in use until 1978. During the 1970s, the two original stills were replaced and two further stills were added, giving the distillery a total yearly capacity of two million litres.

In 1996 Macdonald and Muir Ltd renamed itself Glenmorangie Plc and in 2004 the group was acquired by Louis Vuitton Moët Hennessy, for the princely sum of £300 million. The Glenmorangie distillery pioneered exotic wood finishes and Glen Moray championed white wine finishes, releasing a Chardonnay finish and two Chenin Blanc finishes in 1999.

Most of the whisky from Glen Moray has long since been used in blended Scotch. More recently, the Glenmorangie Co decided to cease producing whisky for blending and subsequently, in 2008, the distillery was put up for sale. There are several official house bottlings, but independent bottlings are rather rare.

Glen Moray 21 Year Old 1988 - Rare Auld (Duncan Taylor)

70cl, 57.1%

This was distilled in September 1988, matured for 21 years in cask number 6978 and bottled by Duncan Taylor in February 2010. Part of a release of 256 bottles of cask strength Glen Moray, bottled as…  More info

Glen Moray 21 Year Old 1988 - Rare Auld (Duncan Taylor)

Glen Moray 38 Year Old 1971 - Rare Auld (Duncan Taylor)

70cl, 48.7%

A single cask Glen Moray, bottled at as part of Duncan Taylor's Rare Auld series. This was distilled in Speyside in October 1971, matured in cask number 7032 for a whopping 38 years before bottling…  More info

Glen Moray 38 Year Old 1971 - Rare Auld (Duncan Taylor)

Glen Moray 19 Year Old 1991 (cask 2997) - Celebration of the Cask (Càrn Mòr)

70cl, 52.6%

A vintage Glen Moray from the new Carn Mor range. This was distilled on the 4th April 1991 and aged for 19 years in hogshead 2997 before bottling on the 20th September 2010. A release of 81 bottles.  More info

Glen Moray 19 Year Old 1991 (cask 2997) - Celebration of the Cask (Càrn Mòr)

Glen Moray 15 Year Old 1994 - Dimensions (Duncan Taylor)

70cl, 46%

A 1994 Glen Moray bottled by Duncan Taylor. A fairly 'naked' single malt, by which we mean light with very little cask influence. This allows one to get closer to the actual distillate.  More info

Glen Moray 15 Year Old 1994 - Dimensions (Duncan Taylor)

Glen Moray 12 Year Old 1999 - Old Malt Cask (Douglas Laing)

20cl, 50%

This twelve year old Glen Moray was bottled by Douglas Laing for the 20cl range of their Old Malt Cask brand. These are known as the 'Advance Samples' and are designed to replicate the sample bottles…  More info

Glen Moray 12 Year Old 1999 - Old Malt Cask (Douglas Laing)

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