Top new products: February

Gordon Macphail 1948

Gordon MacPhail has launched a oldest recover nonetheless as partial of a ‘Private Collection’: Gordon MacPhail 1948 from Glen Grant Distillery. At 70 years old, it is a oldest countenance from a Speyside distillery ever bottled. The singular singular malt was grown in Cask 2154, a first-fill Sherry boundary filled on 11 Jun 1948 – 6 years before barley rationing restrictions were carried after World War II.

Bottled during 48.6%, a blockade is presented in an engraved clear decanter. Only 210 decanters are available. It follows a 50-year-old Gordon MacPhail 1968 from Caol Ila Distillery, a oldest singular malt bottled by a Islay distillery.

RRP: £17,500.

Contact: Gordon MacPhail,

More zoo ...

Posted in
Tagged . Bookmark the permalink.
short link