NEW SCOTCH: We have a fantastic, rare new whisky in stock. Ever heard of Garnheath Distillery? Probably not. Only producing whisky for 21 years between 1865 to 1986 before being demolished in 1988, whisky from this Lost Scottish Distillery is very hard to come by. Our friends at Independent bottling company Morrison & MacKay have released a very limited 41 year single grain bottling and we LOVE it. We had a wee taste and you can read our blog here: https://www.thewhiskybarrel.co.uk/blog/post/tasting-garnheath This one is rather special! See our selection of NEW Scotch Whiskey arrivals! #Glenlivet #Clynelish #Glengoyne & more! http://t.co/Hg2RQHmUb3 http://t.co/vziwPjEnHy

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30 Year Old, Duncan Taylor Rare Auld
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ABV: 52.3%
Volume: 70cl
Bottler: Duncan Taylor Scotch Whisky
Vintage: 1979
Age: 30 Years Old
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Carsebridge
30 Year Old Duncan Taylor Rare Auld Whiskey

Lowland Single Grain Scotch Whisky

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Single cask #33038. Bottled 2009, this is a 30-year old Carsebridge grain whisky from the award winning Duncan Taylor, Rare Auld series.

164 numbered bottles.

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Carsebridge

John Bald established Caresbridge malt distillery between 1799 and 1804 on the edge of Alloa just a short distance from the northern shore of the River Forth. Conveniently located to exploit abundant supplies of local coal, water, barley and peat, and nearby harbour facilities. Carsebridge Distillery was converted to a grain distillery in 1852 following installation of a Coffey continuous still. Two Coffey still were operational by 1886 and a third was installed around 1966, thus by the mid 1960s . Carsebridge Distillery was one of the largest working distilleries in Scotland.  Carsebridge Distillery closed in 1983 and most of the structure was demolished in 1992 although Carsebridge Cooperage continued to operate until closure in 2011. Carsebridge Distillery is a lost Scottish Lowland grain distillery.

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