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Lowland malts are defined as those coming from the southern half of Scotland - that is, from south of the highland line.
In terms of their taste, the Lowland malts are perhaps a good first stepping stone into the wider world of single malt whiskies for the drinker who wants to graduate from blends: relatively unassertive in character, they are generally soft and light, with a gentle sweetness which ensures them many fans among more experienced palates. Much of the produce of the Lowland malt distilleries is used in blends.
Lowland - 70cl / 40%
Bladnoch Distillery have introduced a brand new blended whisky to the market, crafted under the stewardship of Head Distiller Ian McMillan. The Pure Scot is a blend of around 20 different Scotch whiskies, including a six-year-old from Bladnoch.
Lowland - 70cl / 46.7%
Celebrating 200 years Bottling. Bladnoch Samsara is a non-aged Single Malt which has just recently been released as a tribute to the rebirth of this 200 year old distillery. This single malt has been released primarily for the Australian market. For a distillery that celebrated its 200th annivers…
Lowland - 70cl / 48.9%
Ailsa Bay is the first single malt whisky to be launched by William Grant & Sons from their new lowland distillery constructed in 2007 and located within the Girvan Grain Whisky Complex on the former site of the Ladyburn Distillery. Ailsa Bay is on the Clyde coast looking out towards Ailsa Craig fa…
Lowland - 70cl / 43%
This replaced the decommissioned 10 Year Old as Glenkinchie's entry level bottling in 2007. A fine dram which has aromas of vanilla, cut flowers and toasted nuts. Incrasingly sweet and creamy, with fresh citrus and lemon cheesecake. The palate has a sweet, soft start becoming flowery. Crisp mid-pal…
Grain Whisky - 70cl / 43%
Compass Box say that the inspiration behind Hedonism is the pleasure and enjoyment that can be derived from an ideal marriage of grain spirit and high quality oak maturation. They also say that this whisky embodies the seductive femininity of grain whisky, whatever that means, we think it's a lovel…