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  • Batch 53 Batch 53 Batch 53 New Whiskies 22 July 2016

    Batch 53

    This week’s whiskies include a smattering of Old Perth, Bunnahabhain, Dailuaine and Glendullan.

  • Rare Batch 69 Rare Batch 69 Rare Batch 69 Old & Rare 17 July 2019

    Rare Batch 69

    Three less heralded whiskies, including single malts from Ardmore, Glendullan and Millburn.

  • Rare Batch 52 Rare Batch 52 Rare Batch 52 Old & Rare 21 November 2018

    Rare Batch 52

    A trio of early releases from the SMWS, including Glendullan, Glen Esk and Inchmurrin.

  • Batch 106 Batch 106 Batch 106 New Whiskies 28 July 2017

    Batch 106

    It’s Speyside vs Edinburgh this week as Glenallachie and Glendullan stand up against North British.

  • Batch 36 Batch 36 Batch 36 New Whiskies 08 April 2016

    Batch 36

    Two 50-year-olds from Glenfarclas and Last Drop, plus three Singleton of Glendullans and The Trojan.

  • Glendullan Glendullan Glendullan Distillery & brand

    Glendullan

    Speyside malt bottled as The Singleton.

  • The Singleton The Singleton The Singleton Brand

    Singleton

    This trio of single malts – Dufftown, Glen Ord and Glendullan – has given Diageo a top five brand.

  • Dunoon Dunoon Dunoon Distillery

    Dunoon

    An early 19th century distillery on the Cowal peninsula.

  • Sandy Macdonald Sandy Macdonald Sandy Macdonald Brand

    Sandy Macdonald

    An ancient blend from the same stable as Grand Old Parr, whose fans may have included Al Capone.

  • Dufftown Dufftown Dufftown Distillery & brand

    Dufftown

    Once Diageo's largest distillery.

  • Auchroisk Auchroisk Auchroisk Distillery & brand

    Auchroisk

    One of Diageo’s ‘nutty-spicy’ sites.

  • Black & White Black & White Black & White Brand

    Black & White

    Victorian blend that became world-famous thanks to its friendly black and white terrier mascots.

  • Glendown Glendown Glendown Distillery

    Glendown

    A short-lived lost distillery in Lanarkshire, which operated under two licensees.

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