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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1982 Rare Old
1982 Rare Old
ABV: 46.0%
Volume: 70cl
Bottler: Gordon & MacPhail
Vintage: 1982
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St. Magdalene (Linlithgow)
1982 Rare Old Whiskey

Lowland Single Malt Scotch Whisky

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St. Magdalene 1982 Rare Old Lowland single malt Scotch whiskey. Sherry cask matured lot #R0/13/01 bottled 2013 by Gordon & MacPhail for the Rare Old series. 308 bottles.

St Magdalene (Linlithgow)

St. Magdalene malt whisky distillery was established by Sebastian Henderson in Linlithgow sometime between 1753 and 1798. During the 1810s St. Magdalene Distillery was amalgamated with its near neighbour Bonnytoun Distillery. The Union Canal was constructed right on its southern doorstep during the early nineteenth century then the Edinburgh and Glasgow Railway steamed right past on its northern doorstep and ensured easy access to rapidly expanding markets. St. Magdalene Distillery closed in 1983 and was later converted into private housing and is now a lost Scottish Lowland malt whisky distillery. All the whisky from St. Magdalene’s four stills went into blends during its working life, the few single cask bottlings are a modern development.

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