NEW BLOG: We visited the brand new Isle of Harris Distillery last week as they celebrated their official grand opening. Today, they open to the public. And we can vouch for it being a fantastic new distillery and very welcoming to visitors. Can't wait for the whisky to roll out of here in a few years. Isle of Harris Distillers Ltd New Whiskies from Kilchoman & Glendronach -


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1984 Rare Old
1984 Rare Old
ABV: 46.0%
Volume: 70cl
Bottler: Gordon & Co.
Vintage: 1984

Glenury Royal
1984 Rare Old Whiskey

Highland Single Malt Scotch Whisky

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Glenury Royal 1984 Vintage Rare Old Lowland single malt Scotch whiskey. Matued in a refill sherry butt lot #R0/12/05 bottled 2012 by Gordon & MacPhail. 260 bottles.

Nose: Influences of green apples, raspberry and sweet vanilla. Subtle floral notes linger.

Palate: Chilli spice initially with apple and strawberry. Mint and floral flavours develop with a dark chocolate edge.

Glenury Royal

Glenury Royal Distillery was established to the north of Stonehaven in 1825. Only three distilleries in Scotland have been permitted to use ‘Royal’ in their title and it was granted to Glenury in 1835 by King William 1V. Glenury Royal was a malt whisky distillery which operated from 1825 with just two stills until they were increased to four in 1965. The distillery closed in 1985 and was demolished in 1993 but the square support base of the round brick chimney remains with a plaque attached. The site is now a private housing estate on the edge of Stonehaven. Glenury Royal Distillery is a lost Scottish Highland malt whisky distillery.