Campbeltown single malt distillery, Glen Scotia, recently unveiled a 21-year-old whisky to bridge the gap between their 18 and 25 year olds.
Glen Scotia recently unveiled its new, limited-edition, 22-year-old “Distillery of the Year” expression, devised to pay homage to its long-running Campbeltown Distillery.
Glen Scotia Distillery, of Campbeltown, Scotland, recently unveiled its oldest and rarest whisky yet, a 46-year-old single malt.
Glen Scotia was named Scottish Whisky Distillery of the Year at the Scottish Whisky Awards just seven months after being crowned as the ‘Best in Show’ at the San Francisco World Spirits Competition.
The San Francisco World Spirits Competition recently unveiled the Best in Show at its 2021 competition: the Glen Scotia 25-year-old Single Malt Whisky.
Glen Scotia, one of the last remaining distilleries in operation in Campbeltown, Scotland, has put out the call for photographic evidence of their hometown’s whisky history.