Distilleries & brands

Blended malt

  • Towiemore Towiemore Towiemore Brand

    Towiemore

    Blended malt created to closely mirror the style of one of Speyside’s lost distilleries.

  • Lossit Lossit Lossit Brand

    Lossit

    Blended malt created to taste like whisky from one of Islay’s lost farm distilleries.

  • Auld Acrimony Auld Acrimony Auld Acrimony Brand

    Auld Acrimony

    Blended malt created exclusively for Safeway from the ashes of Guinness’ infamous DCL takeover.

  • Siar Port Siar Port Siar Port Brand

    Siar Port

    Blended malt whisky produced by independent bottler Murray McDavid.

  • Righ Seumas Righ Seumas Righ Seumas Brand

    Righ Seumas

    Malts from five distilleries are vatted together to form this fruity number from Murray McDavid.

  • Peatside Peatside Peatside Brand

    Peatside

    Youthful yet rich blended malt from independent bottler Murray McDavid.

  • Coinnich Coinnich Coinnich Brand

    Coinnich

    Blended malt from Murray McDavid that combines whiskies from the five Scottish whisky regions.

  • Bùrn Taobh Bùrn Taobh Bùrn Taobh Brand

    Bùrn Taobh

    One of the five blended malts comprising Murray McDavid’s Vatting series.

  • The Exceptional The Exceptional The Exceptional Brand

    The Exceptional

    A malt, a blend and a grain make up this trio of whiskies from Sutcliffe & Son.

  • Kiln Embers Kiln Embers Kiln Embers Brand

    Kiln Embers

    Peaty blended malt from independent blender and bottler, Wemyss Malts.

  • Shetland Reel Shetland Reel Shetland Reel Brand

    Shetland Reel

    Despite its name, there is yet to be any Shetland whisky in this blended malt.

  • Braemar Braemar Braemar Brand

    Braemar

    A brief-lived blend and occasional blended malt created by Campbell Hope & King.

  • Tidal Ebb Tidal Ebb Tidal Ebb Brand

    Tidal Ebb

    One of two blended malts introduced by Lombard Brands to reflect a region’s characteristics.

  • Smoking Ember Smoking Ember Smoking Ember Brand

    Smoking Ember

    Lombard Brands’ third installment in its Illustration Malts series of blended malts.

  • Pebble Beach Pebble Beach Pebble Beach Brand

    Pebble Beach

    Pebble Beach was a transient brand designed to reveal Speyside’s characteristics.

  • Golden Harvest Golden Harvest Golden Harvest Brand

    Golden Harvest

    The second course in Lombard Brands’ now discontinued Illustration Malts.

  • Storm Storm Storm Brand

    Storm

    Blended malt whisky by Lombard Brands with ‘salt air influences’.

  • Driftwood Driftwood Driftwood Brand

    Driftwood

    Blend of Highland malts designed to reflect the whisky region’s characteristics.

  • Anchor Bay Anchor Bay Anchor Bay Brand

    Anchor Bay

    The last remaining whisky in Lombard Brands’ dinner-oriented Illustration Malts series.

  • Old Perth Old Perth Old Perth Brand

    Old Perth

    Revitalised blend originally produced by Perth blender Peter Thomson.

  • Duncraggan Duncraggan Duncraggan Brand

    Duncraggan

    One of the forerunners of the 1970s trend in vatted ‘pure’ malts.

  • Glen Scanlan Glen Scanlan Glen Scanlan Brand

    Glen Scanlan

    Bulk blended Scotch whisky recording large growth in France.

  • Tambowie Tambowie Tambowie Brand

    Tambowie

    Blended malt named after a lost distillery near Milngavie, which closed in 1914.

  • Smooth Gentleman Smooth Gentleman Smooth Gentleman Brand

    Smooth Gentleman

    A now discontinued Speyside-style blended malt from Wemyss.

  • Jericho Jericho Jericho Brand

    Jericho

    Also called Benachie in the US, this blended malt pays tribute to a lost Aberdeenshire distillery.

  • Gerston Gerston Gerston Brand

    Gerston

    Blended malt produced in homage to two of Halkirk’s lost distilleries.

  • Auchnagie Auchnagie Auchnagie Brand

    Auchnagie

    This blended malt is designed to mimic the character of Perthshire’s lost Auchnagie distillery.

  • Stratheden Stratheden Stratheden Brand

    Stratheden

    Blended malt whisky produced to mimic the style produced by one of Fife’s lost distilleries.

  • Duart Castle Duart Castle Duart Castle Brand

    Duart Castle

    This blended Scotch whisky was created in honour of the ruined Mull castle and seat of Clan Maclean.

  • Flaming Heart Flaming Heart Flaming Heart Brand

    Flaming Heart

    Smoky and spicy blended malt whisky from independent bottler Compass Box.

  • The Spice Tree The Spice Tree The Spice Tree Brand

    The Spice Tree

    Spice-led blended malt from Compass Box, which gets its flavour from three Highland whiskies.

  • The Peat Monster The Peat Monster The Peat Monster Brand

    Peat Monster

    As the name suggests, a blend of smoky Island and Highland single malts from Compass Box.

  • Velvet Fig Velvet Fig Velvet Fig Brand

    Velvet Fig

    This limited edition blended malt from Wemyss lives up to its name in flavour.

  • Spice King Spice King Spice King Brand

    Spice King

    Perennial blended malt that continues to hit the high spots with malt acolytes

  • The Hive The Hive The Hive Brand

    The Hive

    Waxy, honeyed blended malt forming part of Wemyss Malts’ core range.

  • Peat Chimney Peat Chimney Peat Chimney Brand

    Peat Chimney

    A blended malt for peat reek fans, but it’s not an all-Islay affair.

  • Serendipity Serendipity Serendipity Brand

    Serendipity

    Blended malt born by mistake at Glenmorangie’s blending plant after some clever lateral thinking.

  • Peter Greig Peter Greig Peter Greig Brand

    Peter Greig

    This blended malt was produced by the Glenfyne Distillery Co for a short time in the 1930s.

  • Johnnie Walker Johnnie Walker Johnnie Walker Brand

    Johnnie Walker

    The biggest, and most iconic, blended Scotch whisky is recognisable the world over.

  • J&B J&B J&B Brand

    J&B

    A party blended whisky from Diageo.

  • The Famous Grouse The Famous Grouse The Famous Grouse Brand

    Famous Grouse

    One of the world’s most recognisable blended Scotch whisky brands with roots in Victorian Scotland.

  • Cutty Sark Cutty Sark Cutty Sark Brand

    Cutty Sark

    Blend with its roots in Prohibition.

  • Clan Campbell Clan Campbell Clan Campbell Brand

    Clan Campbell

    A standard blend from the 1930s and now the most popular ‘premium whisky’ in France.

  • Moidart Moidart Moidart Brand

    Moidart

    This blended malt whisky was produced by bottler Wm Cadenhead in the late 20th century.

  • Usquaebach Usquaebach Usquaebach Brand

    Usquaebach

    First produced in Victorian Inverness, this blended Scotch has established a following Stateside.

  • The Six Isles The Six Isles The Six Isles Brand

    The Six Isles

    Blended malt whisky incorporating malts from six Scottish distilling islands.

  • Strathconon Strathconon Strathconon Brand

    Strathconon

    A late 20th century vatted malt from the James Buchanan & Co stable.

  • The Feathery The Feathery The Feathery Brand

    The Feathery

    Blended malt whisky named to honour the craft of making ancient golf balls.

  • Sheep Dip Sheep Dip Sheep Dip Brand

    Sheep Dip

    Quaintly-named blended malt now owned by Ian Macleod Distillers.

  • Monkey Shoulder Monkey Shoulder Monkey Shoulder Brand

    Monkey Shoulder

    While its name references a long-forgotten ailment, Monkey Shoulder is a thoroughly modern whisky.

  • Mackinlay's Mackinlay's Mackinlay's Brand

    Mackinlay's

    This enduring Scotch whisky is best known for its associations to explorer Sir Ernest Shackleton.

  • Islay Pillaged Islay Pillaged Islay Pillaged Brand

    Islay Pillaged

    This series of three independently bottled blended malts raised thousands for charity.

  • Glenforres Glenforres Glenforres Brand

    Glenforres

    William Whiteley named this blended malt after Edradour distillery’s original moniker.

  • Glenfoyle Glenfoyle Glenfoyle Brand

    Glenfoyle

    An export-only Scotch brand that took its name from a long-closed distillery near Stirling.

  • Glenleven Glenleven Glenleven Brand

    Glenleven

    A blended malt Scotch from the House of Haig, which existed in the 1960s-80s.

  • Glen Tress Glen Tress Glen Tress Brand

    Glen Tress

    A ‘pure malt’ established by Ian Macleod & Co during the 1980s.

  • Glenalmond Glenalmond Glenalmond Brand

    Glenalmond

    Blended malt from Vintage Malt Whisky Co that’s named after part of Perthshire.

  • Glen Catrine Glen Catrine Glen Catrine Brand

    Glen Catrine

    Discontinued blend established by the Glen Catrine Bonded Warehouse Ltd in the 1970s.

  • Glen Nevis Glen Nevis Glen Nevis Brand

    Glen Nevis

    Although named after a lost Campbeltown distillery, Glen Nevis contained different whisky entirely.

  • Cockburns Cockburns Cockburns Brand

    Cockburns

    One of the most famous names in the Port trade also produced some very respectable Scotch.

  • Copper Pot Copper Pot Copper Pot Brand

    Copper Pot

    A fleeting vatted malt from Dundee blender George Morton Ltd.

  • Millburn Millburn Millburn Distillery & brand

    Millburn

    Inverness site now existing as a hotel.

  • Glen Flagler Glen Flagler Glen Flagler Distillery & brand

    Glen Flagler

    Lowland malt distillery situated beside the Garnheath grain plant within Airdrie’s Moffat complex.

  • Elements of Islay Elements of Islay Elements of Islay Brand

    Elements of Islay

    Quirky independent bottling series.

  • Springbank Springbank Springbank Distillery & brand

    Springbank

    Multi-faceted Campbeltown distillery.

  • Cardhu Cardhu Cardhu Distillery & brand

    Cardhu

    The home for Johnnie Walker in Scotland.

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