Glen Scotia 18 Year Old

I guess when it comes to Glen Scotia I sound quite hypocritical. I keep saying I love the distillery and like the bottles but then review some bottles and find them lacking. The festival specials have been a bit of a dud to me but the core range has always been a sure fire winner. […]

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Glen Scotia Victoriana

The campbeltown region is not one which I have ever really dived into too greatly. While a load of people will go mental for anything made in the Springbank distillery my limited exposure has left me wondering what all the fuss is about.¬†Springbank 12 Year Old Green is just one example of a Springbank which […]

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Glen Scotia 16 Year Old

The last whisky from the Glen Scotia tasting is a Travel Retail Exclusive. The growth in the travel retail sector for spirit sales has recently been very strong. Increasingly producers are spending money developing their brand presence in the “Duty Free” shops in airports. Margins here are boosted by expressions only available through that distribution […]

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Glen Scotia 25 Year Old

Following on from my review of the very accessible Glen Scotia Double cask comes something a little more exclusive and rare. The Glen Scotia 25 Year Old was released for the 2017 Campbeltown Whisky Festival in May. A sample of which was kindly donated to me via a Tweet Tasting using #LochLomond recently. The Dram […]

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Glen Scotia Double Cask

When you think Campbeltown you could be forgiven for only thinking of Springbank and the Mitchell family. There is however another player in the area making a name for itself again. The Distillery The Glen Scotia distillery was founded into a legal producer of whisky in 1832. Like so many distilleries there is a catalogue […]

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