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Lowland Whisky

The Lowlands produces gentle, light whiskies, often very dry and devoid of peat. Lowland whiskies are commonly referenced as feminine drams, ‘the Lowland Ladies’. Most of the whisky regions of Scotland, and indeed the world, there can be some crossover. For example, it is quite possible to produce a heavily peated whisky outside of Islay or the Highlands, simply distilling peated barley can facilitate that.

The Lowlands is different in this respect, where the method of production differs; Lowland whiskies are triple distilled. Though this does occur elsewhere - of course, Springbank triple distils Hazelburn - it is best known and most commonly practised further south. The region is bordered by the Highland Line to the north and sits neatly atop England. There is no peat used and there is not a great deal of local peat. There is little salinity in the whisky, for the operating Lowland distilleries are all sited inland. Auchentoshan is quite possibly the best known. The Rosebank and St Magdalene distilleries have produced delightful whiskies.

Cameronbridge 31 Year Old 1978 - The Octave (Duncan Taylor)

70cl, 53.3%
Cameron Bridge

A staggeringly rich and intense 31 year old grain whisky. This was distilled at Cameronbridge in 1978, and it was finished in a tiny octave cask, giving it extra oomph and spice. An excellent whisky…  More info

Cameronbridge 31 Year Old 1978 - The Octave (Duncan Taylor)

Cameronbridge 32 Year Old 1978 Cask 11 - Rare Auld (Duncan Taylor)

70cl, 56.8%
Cameron Bridge

A 32 year old single cask grain whisky distilled at Cameronbridge in August 1978 and aged in cask 11 before bottling by Duncan Taylor in October 2010. A release of 256 numbered bottles.  More info

Cameronbridge 32 Year Old 1978 Cask 11 - Rare Auld (Duncan Taylor)

Cameronbridge 32 Year Old 1979 - Rare Auld (Duncan Taylor)

70cl, 48.8%
Cameron Bridge

This was distilled at the Cameronbridge grain distillery in February of 1979. It was aged for 32 years in cask 3597 and bottled by Duncan Taylor in March 2011.  More info

Cameronbridge 32 Year Old 1979 - Rare Auld (Duncan Taylor)

Cameronbridge 32 Year Old 1984 (cask 11342) - Xtra Old Particular (Douglas Laing)

70cl, 56.2%
Cameron Bridge

Independently bottled 32 year old Cameronbridge single grain Scotch whisky, aged in a refill hogshead from March 1984 to August 2016. Following its maturation, this whisky was bottled by Douglas…  More info

Cameronbridge 32 Year Old 1984 (cask 11342) - Xtra Old Particular (Douglas Laing)
$153.16

Cameronbridge 33 Year Old 1974 (Jim McEwan's Celtic Heartlands)

70cl, 48.3%
Cameron Bridge

A 33 year old from the Cameronbridge grain distillery. Not often that you see grain whisky bottled as a whisky in its own right, nor that you should see it at such an age. Great stuff, selected by…  More info

Cameronbridge 33 Year Old 1974 (Jim McEwan's Celtic Heartlands)
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Cameronbridge 33 Year Old 1978 - Rare Auld (Duncan Taylor)

70cl, 55.7%
Cameron Bridge

Distilled at Cameronbridge in August 1978, this single grain whisky was aged in cask number 2 for 33 years before bottling in November 2011 by Duncan Taylor for their Rare Auld range.  More info

Cameronbridge 33 Year Old 1978 - Rare Auld (Duncan Taylor)

Cameronbridge 33 Year Old 1979 Cask 55- Dimensions (Duncan Taylor)

70cl, 47.8%
Cameron Bridge

This Cameronbridge bottled for Duncan Taylor's Dimensions range is boasting a whopping 33 years of cask ageing and is a real whisky treat.  More info

Cameronbridge 33 Year Old 1979 Cask 55- Dimensions (Duncan Taylor)

Cameronbridge 34 Year Old 1978 (cask 14) - Dimensions (Duncan Taylor)

70cl, 55.3%
Cameron Bridge

Still 55.3% after an impressive 34 years of age, this is a single grain whisky from the Diageo-owned distillery Cameronbridge.  More info

Cameronbridge 34 Year Old 1978 (cask 14) - Dimensions (Duncan Taylor)

Cameronbridge 34 Year Old 1978 (cask 396999) - The Duncan Taylor Single

70cl, 53.9%
Cameron Bridge

A very special presentation of Cameronbridge single grain Scotch whisky. It was distilled all the way back in August 1978 and left to mature in a Sherry cask before being bottled in January 2014. At…  More info

Cameronbridge 34 Year Old 1978 (cask 396999) - The Duncan Taylor Single

Cameronbridge 34 Year Old 1978 - Dimensions (Duncan Taylor)

70cl, 54.7%
Cameron Bridge

A beautifully aged single cask grain whisky from the Cameronbridge distillery, this was distilled in August 1978 before a 34 year maturation in cask 8. It was bottled at natural cask strength for…  More info

Cameronbridge 34 Year Old 1978 - Dimensions (Duncan Taylor)

Cameronbridge 35 Year Old 1978 (cask 396999) - Rare Auld (Duncan Taylor)

70cl, 53.9%
Cameron Bridge

Well-aged single grain Scotch whisky from the Cameronridge distillery, bottled by Duncan Taylor. This Rare Auld bottling features whisky distilled in August 1978 and bottled at 35 year old in January…  More info

Cameronbridge 35 Year Old 1978 (cask 396999) - Rare Auld (Duncan Taylor)

Cameronbridge 38 Year Old 1974 Cask 9488 - The Clan Denny (Douglas Laing)

70cl, 52.4%
Cameron Bridge

An astonishingly well-aged grain whisky from the Cameronbridge distillery, part of Douglas Laing's extraordinary Clan Denny range.  More info

Cameronbridge 38 Year Old 1974 Cask 9488 - The Clan Denny (Douglas Laing)

Candied Fruit 1998 - Wemyss Malts (Auchentoshan)

70cl, 46.0%
Auchentoshan

Yummy candied fruit presented via the medium of delicious lowland whisky from Auchentoshan, produced using a not-often-seen triple distillation method. 294 bottles were released from this single cask.  More info

Candied Fruit 1998 - Wemyss Malts (Auchentoshan)
$75.93

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 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)
$92.58

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)
$292.24

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 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)

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)

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