Distilleries & brands

Blended scotch

  • Pure Scot Pure Scot Pure Scot Brand

    Pure Scot

    Modern blended Scotch designed to appeal to a new demographic of whisky drinkers.

  • Lismore Lismore Lismore Brand

    Lismore

    The most successful blended Scotch created by one of Glasgow’s great brokers, Wm Lundie & Co.

  • Clan Fraser Clan Fraser Clan Fraser Brand

    Clan Fraser

    Blended Scotch whisky popular in the Middle East and Africa.

  • Òrdha Meas Òrdha Meas Òrdha Meas Brand

    Òrdha Meas

    Sherry cask-matured blended Scotch offered as part of Murray McDavid’s Crafted Blend series.

  • Bodach Aisling Bodach Aisling Bodach Aisling Brand

    Bodach Aisling

    Well-aged blended Scotch whisky forming part of Murray McDavid’s Crafted Blend series.

  • Righ Seumas Righ Seumas Righ Seumas Brand

    Righ Seumas

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

  • 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.

  • Clansman Clansman Clansman Brand

    Clansman

    Blended Scotch that remains part of the diverse range of products made at Loch Lomond distillery.

  • MacNair's MacNair's MacNair's Brand

    MacNair's

    An old Glasgow blend recently revamped by its current owner, Pernod Ricard.

  • Scottish Collie Scottish Collie Scottish Collie Brand

    Scottish Collie

    Standard blended Scotch featuring a lovable canine pal on the label.

  • Murdoch's Perfection Murdoch's Perfection Murdoch's Perfection Brand

    Murdoch's Perfection

    Designed mostly for export, this blended Scotch enjoyed a short life in the late 20th century.

  • Honest John Honest John Honest John Brand

    Honest John

    Standard Scotch blend created by the Tanist Bonding Company exclusively for sale in Italy.

  • Old Curio Old Curio Old Curio Brand

    Old Curio

    A late Victorian blend from the stable of Glasgow whisky merchant, Peter Dawson.

  • Banoch Brae Banoch Brae Banoch Brae Brand

    Banoch Brae

    The own-label blended Scotch brand owned by British convenience store chain, Nisa.

  • Tasgall Tasgall Tasgall Brand

    Tasgall

    A super-premium aged blend from budget British supermarket chain Asda.

  • The Bridge The Bridge The Bridge Brand

    The Bridge

    St Andrews Whisky Company’s blended Scotch designed to ‘bridge the gap’ between malts and blends.

  • Reliance Reliance Reliance Brand

    Reliance

    Blended Scotch whisky produced by Perth’s Forbes, Farquharson & Company.

  • Royal Strathythan Royal Strathythan Royal Strathythan Brand

    Royal Strathythan

    One of the first blends released by Chivas Brothers, and a forerunner to Chivas Regal.

  • Royal Citation Royal Citation Royal Citation Brand

    Royal Citation

    A relatively recent and short-lived deluxe blend from Chivas Brothers developed for travel retail.

  • Braemar Braemar Braemar Brand

    Braemar

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

  • Bene Vobis Bene Vobis Bene Vobis Brand

    Bene Vobis

    Blended Scotch produced by Daniel Crawford & Sons primarily for the export market.

  • Glen's Eagle Glen's Eagle Glen's Eagle Brand

    Glen's Eagle

    One of the many blended Scotch whiskies produced by Kintocher Whisky Co. in the 1960s.

  • Ascot House Ascot House Ascot House Brand

    Ascot House

    Blended Scotch whisky produced by the Kintocher Whisky Co.

  • Club 99 Club 99 Club 99 Brand

    Club 99

    Standard Scotch whisky blend produced by the Kintocher Whisky Co.

  • Colt Colt Colt Brand

    Colt

    This blended Scotch whisky was produced exclusively for the Swiss market.

  • Old Masters Old Masters Old Masters Brand

    Old Masters

    Blended Scotch initially created as an exclusive dram for Freemasons, though now widely available.

  • Golden Piper Golden Piper Golden Piper Brand

    Golden Piper

    Economy blended Scotch whisky produced by Lombard Brands.

  • Lombard Gold Label Lombard Gold Label Lombard Gold Label Brand

    Lombard Gold Label

    The flagship blend from Isle of Man blender and bottler, Lombard Brands.

  • Crown of Scotland Crown of Scotland Crown of Scotland Brand

    Crown of Scotland

    Short-lived blended Scotch produced in the 1970s by Barton Distilling.

  • John Barr John Barr John Barr Brand

    John Barr

    A blend created to plug the gap after Johnnie Walker Red was withdrawn in the UK.

  • Islay Legend Islay Legend Islay Legend Brand

    Islay Legend

    A short-lived but much sought after blend that contained a high proportion of malt from Bowmore.

  • Teith Mill Teith Mill Teith Mill Brand

    Teith Mill

    This 1970s blended Scotch featured some of the first whisky to be distilled at Deanston.

  • Clydebank Clydebank Clydebank Brand

    Clydebank

    A one-off blend that appeared briefly in 1986 to celebrate its namesake town’s centenary.

  • Balgownie Balgownie Balgownie Brand

    Balgownie

    Blended Scotch produced largely for local Aberdeenshire and the Scottish islands.

  • Clanroy Clanroy Clanroy Brand

    Clanroy

    A now dormant blended Scotch owned by Morrison Bowmore that has its roots in the 1930s.

  • The Hielanman The Hielanman The Hielanman Brand

    The Hielanman

    Blended whisky created in the early 20th century by Aberdeen bottler Wm Cadenhead.

  • Big Boy Big Boy Big Boy Brand

    Big Boy

    Living up to its name, bottles of Big Boy featured a strikingly strong Highlander carrying a cask.

  • Glen Scanlan Glen Scanlan Glen Scanlan Brand

    Glen Scanlan

    Bulk blended Scotch whisky recording large growth in France.

  • Glen Forest Glen Forest Glen Forest Brand

    Glen Forest

    Value blended Scotch whisky from one of Italy’s largest beverage distributors.

  • William Peel William Peel William Peel Brand

    William Peel

    One of the world’s best-selling Scotch whiskies, with a strong following in France.

  • 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.

  • West Highland West Highland West Highland Brand

    West Highland

    One of two Scotch whisky blends produced by Whigham’s of Ayr in the 1970s-80s.

  • The SS Politician The SS Politician The SS Politician Brand

    SS Politician

    Blended Scotch whisky named after the famous shipwreck that inspired Whisky Galore!

  • Royal Scot Royal Scot Royal Scot Brand

    Royal Scot

    A defunct William Whiteley & Co. blended Scotch designed for locomotive consumption.

  • Lord Elcho Lord Elcho Lord Elcho Brand

    Lord Elcho

    A blended Scotch with a high malt content named after a Wemyss family ancestor.

  • Stewart's Stewart's Stewart's Brand

    Stewart's

    Popular in export markets, this blend became a firm favourite of one of the world’s richest men.

  • Daniel Crawford's Daniel Crawford's Daniel Crawford's Brand

    Daniel Crawford's

    Blended Scotch whisky produced by the eponymous Glasgow merchant during the 1970s.

  • Campbell's of Elgin Campbell's of Elgin Campbell's of Elgin Brand

    Campbell's of Elgin

    An old blend from Edinburgh brewer and bottler Campbell, Hope & King.

  • Great King Street Great King Street Great King Street Brand

    Great King Street

    Rebellious indie blended Scotch whisky.

  • Wright & Greigs Wright & Greigs Wright & Greigs Brand

    Wright & Greigs

    The Scotch blend was named after the famous Glasgow merchant that owned Dallas Dhu distillery.

  • Ye Whisky of Ye Monks Ye Whisky of Ye Monks Ye Whisky of Ye Monks Brand

    Ye Whisky of Ye Monks

    A curiosity among blends that is still in production over 120 years since it was first created.

  • William Lawson's William Lawson's William Lawson's Brand

    William Lawson's

    William Lawson’s is the sixth-best-selling Scotch whisky in the world.

  • Windsor Windsor Windsor Brand

    Windsor

    Diageo’s deluxe blended Scotch majors its sales in Asian markets, particularly South Korea.

  • Wolf Legend Wolf Legend Wolf Legend Brand

    Wolf Legend

    Series of well-aged blended Scotch whisky bottled in ceramic Wade decanters.

  • Whyte & Mackay Whyte & Mackay Whyte & Mackay Brand

    Whyte & Mackay

    Founded in Glasgow in 1882, Whyte & Mackay is one of Scotland’s most enduring blends.

  • White Heather White Heather White Heather Brand

    White Heather

    A short-lived blend from the House of Campbell, with its heart in Speyside.

  • Vat 69 Vat 69 Vat 69 Brand

    Vat 69

    This venerable 19th century blend accompanied Shackleton to the South Pole.

  • The Tweeddale The Tweeddale The Tweeddale Brand

    The Tweeddale

    Blended whisky inspired by an early 20th-century recipe.

  • The Queen's Seal The Queen's Seal The Queen's Seal Brand

    Queen's Seal

    Value Scotch whisky blend owned by Ian Macleod Distillers.

  • 15 Para Blend 15 Para Blend 15 Para Blend Brand

    15 Para Blend

    Bottled for a parachute regiment, this one-off expression made its last jump in 1993.

  • Black Ship Black Ship Black Ship Brand

    Black Ship

    Blended Scotch whisky produced by Marussia Beverages that was named after a great Scottish warship.

  • Teacher's Teacher's Teacher's Brand

    Teacher's

    The Teacher’s blend is notable for its high malt content and use of peaty malt whisky.

  • Té Bheag Té Bheag Té Bheag Brand

    Té Bheag

    Peated blended Scotch whisky from Gaelic-advocating blender and bottler Pràban na Linne.

  • Gilbey's Gilbey's Gilbey's Brand

    Gilbey's

    A widely distributed Speyside-based blend created by blender and gin distiller W&A Gilbey.

  • Slaintheva Slaintheva Slaintheva Brand

    Slaintheva

    Purchasers of this blended Scotch could have their name inscribed on the label gratis.

  • Seven Eleven Seven Eleven Seven Eleven Brand

    Seven Eleven

    Scotch blend created for the Italian market by the Tanist Bonding Company of Glasgow.

  • 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.

  • Scots Earl Scots Earl Scots Earl Brand

    Scots Earl

    Now-discontinued private label blended Scotch produced at Loch Lomond distillery.

  • Sanderson's Sanderson's Sanderson's Brand

    Sanderson's

    A standard Scotch blend in Africa and part of William Sanderson & Son’s Vat 69 stable.

  • Royal Salute Royal Salute Royal Salute Brand

    Royal Salute

    Bottled in colourful ceramic decanters, this blended Scotch aims high when it comes to age.

  • Royal Heritage Royal Heritage Royal Heritage Brand

    Royal Heritage

    The ‘blended whisky of privilege’ produced by Glasgow blender and broker Wm Lundie & Co.

  • Robbie Burns Robbie Burns Robbie Burns Brand

    Robbie Burns

    A 1960s and ‘70s blend created by RH Thomson & Co to celebrate the Scottish national bard.

  • Robertson's Yellow Label Robertson's Yellow Label Robertson's Yellow Label Brand

    Robertson's Yellow Label

    Another successful colour-coded Scotch blend, if not quite as famous as Johnnie Walker or Dewar’s.

  • Putachieside Putachieside Putachieside Brand

    Putachieside

    A lost blend that recalls the area of Aberdeen where bottler Wm Cadenhead Ltd was first established.

  • Queen Anne Queen Anne Queen Anne Brand

    Queen Anne

    A remarkably enduring blend from Victorian Edinburgh containing some of the ‘finest malt whisky’.

  • President President President Brand

    President

    An old deluxe blend from the Macdonald Greenlees stable.

  • Passport Passport Passport Brand

    Passport

    A Speyside-influenced blended Scotch designed specifically for export markets.

  • Perth Royal Perth Royal Perth Royal Brand

    Perth Royal

    Deluxe blend introduced by Matthew Gloag & Sons around the time of The Famous Grouse.

  • Pig's Nose Pig's Nose Pig's Nose Brand

    Pig's Nose

    This blended Scotch is as ‘smooth as a pig’s nose’, so the saying goes.

  • Old Mull Old Mull Old Mull Brand

    Old Mull

    One of the rare surviving Victorian whisky blends, now owned by Whyte & Mackay.

  • Old Parr Old Parr Old Parr Brand

    Old Parr

    This historic blended Scotch has its roots in Moray, but has a loyal following in Columbia.

  • Munro's Munro's Munro's Brand

    Munro's

    Leith blender James Munro & Son produced a series of blended scotch whiskies under the Munro’s name.

  • McCallum's McCallum's McCallum's Brand

    McCallum's

    An early 20th century ‘Scots’ blend that became a surprise hit in Australia.

  • McGibbon's McGibbon's McGibbon's Brand

    McGibbon's

    This blended Scotch is world-famous for its eccentric golf-themed decanters.

  • James Martin’s James Martin’s James Martin’s Brand

    James Martin’s

    An export-only blend from the late-Victorian era that became ingrained in Glenmorangie plc’s DNA.

  • Mackie's Mackie's Mackie's Brand

    Mackie's

    One of the most precious blends for its link to Islay’s legendary Malt Mill distillery.

  • Logan Logan Logan Brand

    Logan

    An early 20th century blend that was part of Peter Mackie’s White Horse stable.

  • Long John Long John Long John Brand

    Long John

    This historic blend is linked to Ben Nevis and Tormore, and named after a notorious bootlegger.

  • Label 5 Label 5 Label 5 Brand

    Label 5

    One of the world’s top-selling blends.

  • Langs Langs Langs Brand

    Langs

    A historic brand known as ‘the Glengoyne blend’ for its high proportion of the distillery’s malt.

  • The Last Drop The Last Drop The Last Drop Brand

    The Last Drop

    A range of old and rare spirits sold in tiny quantities and at high prices.

  • King's Ransom King's Ransom King's Ransom Brand

    King's Ransom

    Once the ‘world’s most expensive whisky’, this 1920s blend was created by the owner of Edradour.

  • Kuchh Nai Kuchh Nai Kuchh Nai Brand

    Kuchh Nai

    Scottish whisky, English company and an Indian name – this is a truly cosmopolitan brand.

  • King Robert II King Robert II King Robert II Brand

    King Robert II

    Popular blended Scotch and single malt whisky brand sold in over 40 countries around the world.

  • Johnnie Walker Johnnie Walker Johnnie Walker Brand

    Johnnie Walker

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

  • King George IV King George IV King George IV Brand

    King George IV

    A once popular blend named after the monarch who introduced distilling licences in 1823.

  • John Begg John Begg John Begg Brand

    John Begg

    The flagship blend from Royal Lochnagar distillery’s founder John Begg.

  • Islay Mist Islay Mist Islay Mist Brand

    Islay Mist

    One of the original big peaty blends, created by Laphroaig’s former owner, Ian Hunter.

  • Isle of Skye Isle of Skye Isle of Skye Brand

    Isle of Skye

    This historic blended Scotch was first created by Skye blender Ian Macleod in the mid-1900s.

  • J&B J&B J&B Brand

    J&B

    A party blended whisky from Diageo.

  • Iona Iona Iona Brand

    Iona

    Although an obscure brand today, the old Iona blend was heavily marketed in its day.

  • Huntly Royal Huntly Royal Huntly Royal Brand

    Huntly Royal

    A famed north-east of Scotland blended whisky with Glendronach malt at its core.

  • Hunting Squire Hunting Squire Hunting Squire Brand

    Hunting Squire

    One for the huntin’, shootin’ and fishin’ brigade that did not last the course.

  • Hopkins' Navy Supreme Hopkins' Navy Supreme Hopkins' Navy Supreme Brand

    Hopkins' Navy Supreme

    One of the lesser-known blends from Glaswegian distiller and blender John Hopkins & Co.

  • Highland Nectar Highland Nectar Highland Nectar Brand

    Highland Nectar

    One of the blended Scotch whiskies established by the DCL in the late Victorian era.

  • Highland Queen Highland Queen Highland Queen Brand

    Highland Queen

    Today this historic Scotch brand created by Macdonald & Muir covers both blends and single malts.

  • Heather Dew Heather Dew Heather Dew Brand

    Heather Dew

    A collectible old blend, especially if in its ‘Greybeard’ ceramic jug.

  • High Commissioner High Commissioner High Commissioner Brand

    High Commissioner

    Value blend produced by Loch Lomond Group that enjoys considerable success in the UK and overseas.

  • Harvey's Special Harvey's Special Harvey's Special Brand

    Harvey's Special

    A venerable old Glaswegian blend with a distinctive ‘thin red line’ down the label.

  • Hazelwood Hazelwood Hazelwood Brand

    Hazelwood

    Brand created to mark the birthday milestones of William Grant’s granddaughter, Janet Sheed Roberts.

  • Haig Haig Haig Brand

    Haig

    The flagship blend of John Haig & Co. was the first spirit to smash the million case barrier.

  • Grand Macnish Grand Macnish Grand Macnish Brand

    Grand Macnish

    Blended Scotch with one of the longest histories of any continuously-produced whisky.

  • Grant's Grant's Grant's Brand

    Grant's

    Blend from the William Grant family.

  • Golden Age Golden Age Golden Age Brand

    Golden Age

    One of the lesser-known blends in the Haig portfolio that ran for a time in the 1970s.

  • Glengarry Glengarry Glengarry Brand

    Glengarry

    Range of single malt and blended Scotch whiskies produced at the versatile Loch Lomond distillery.

  • Glen Crinan Glen Crinan Glen Crinan Brand

    Glen Crinan

    Produced exclusively for French supermarket Intermarché, this blend is one of France’s favourites.

  • Glen Fyne Glen Fyne Glen Fyne Brand

    Glen Fyne

    A rare blended Scotch designed for export by Robertson & Baxter.

  • 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.

  • Dunhill Dunhill Dunhill Brand

    Dunhill

    A deluxe blend that was part of London retailer Dunhill’s luxury brands portfolio.

  • Doctor's Special Doctor's Special Doctor's Special Brand

    Doctor's Special

    A long-established blend created by the Glasgow merchant Robert McNish & Co.

  • Dewar's Dewar's Dewar's Brand

    Dewar's

    Blended Scotch developed in the 1860s.

  • Dimple Dimple Dimple Brand

    Dimple

    Be it Dimple Haig or Dimple Pinch, this blend is still going over 120 years since its creation.

  • Peter Dawson's Special Peter Dawson's Special Peter Dawson's Special Brand

    Peter Dawson's Special

    A late Victorian blend produced by the eponymous distiller Peter Dawson, now owned by Diageo.

  • Cutty Sark Cutty Sark Cutty Sark Brand

    Cutty Sark

    Blend with its roots in Prohibition.

  • Craig Athol Craig Athol Craig Athol Brand

    Craig Athol

    A vanished Perthshire blend from the house of Arthur Bell & Sons, now owned by Diageo.

  • Crawford's Crawford's Crawford's Brand

    Crawford's

    With its 3 Star and 5 Star versions, Crawford’s was once a very popular blend in Scotland.

  • Clan Campbell Clan Campbell Clan Campbell Brand

    Clan Campbell

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

  • Chequers Chequers Chequers Brand

    Chequers

    A sister brand to Abbot’s Choice, Chequers was an occasional deluxe blend from John McEwan & Co.

  • Chivas Regal Chivas Regal Chivas Regal Brand

    Chivas Regal

    The world’s first luxury blended whisky owned by Chivas Brothers is a lesson in survival.

  • Buchanan's Buchanan's Buchanan's Brand

    Buchanan's

    James Buchanan’s late Victorian blend remains hugely popular in Hispanic markets.

  • Bulloch Lade Bulloch Lade Bulloch Lade Brand

    Bulloch Lade

    A popular 20th century blend named after one of the great Glasgow whisky firms – Bulloch Lade.

  • Bonnie Lassie Bonnie Lassie Bonnie Lassie Brand

    Bonnie Lassie

    Another bygone blend that was created by the wine & spirit merchant W.H. Chaplin & Co.

  • Black Watch Black Watch Black Watch Brand

    Black Watch

    Chivas Brothers-owned blend originally known as 100 Pipers of the Black Watch.

  • Black & White Black & White Black & White Brand

    Black & White

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

  • Black Bottle Black Bottle Black Bottle Brand

    Black Bottle

    Retro blend with a distinctive style.

  • Beneagles Beneagles Beneagles Brand

    Beneagles

    Blended whisky brand which became synonymous with ceramic novelty miniatures.

  • Benmore Benmore Benmore Brand

    Benmore

    A long established blend from an old Glasgow whisky firm, that is still popular in Asia.

  • Bell's Bell's Bell's Brand

    Bell's

    The UK’s best-selling blended Scotch.

  • Ben Royal Ben Royal Ben Royal Brand

    Ben Royal

    Blended Scotch whisky brand created to commemorate the Queen Elizabeth II’s Silver Jubilee.

  • Bailie Nicol Jarvie Bailie Nicol Jarvie Bailie Nicol Jarvie Brand

    Bailie Nicol Jarvie

    A 20th century blend nurtured by Macdonald & Muir that was eventually withdrawn in 2014.

  • Ballantine's Ballantine's Ballantine's Brand

    Ballantine's

    Blended whisky from Chivas Brothers.

  • Ambassador Ambassador Ambassador Brand

    Ambassador

    The ‘world’s lightest Scotch’ was a blended whisky with a large following in the US.

  • The Antiquary The Antiquary The Antiquary Brand

    The Antiquary

    A historic Victorian blend identifiable by its unique gemstone-shaped bottle.

  • 100 Pipers 100 Pipers 100 Pipers Brand

    100 Pipers

    A core standard blend in the Chivas Brother’s portfolio, especially popular in Asia.

  • Abbot's Choice Abbot's Choice Abbot's Choice Brand

    Abbot's Choice

    In the 1960s ceramic monks filled with Scotch sold as far afield as Peru.

  • Ainslie's Ainslie's Ainslie's Brand

    Ainslie's

    The proprietary brand of what became Ainslie & Heilbron (Distillers) Ltd, an old DCL subsidiary.

  • Usquaebach Usquaebach Usquaebach Brand

    Usquaebach

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

  • Mackinlay's Mackinlay's Mackinlay's Brand

    Mackinlay's

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

  • Glenfoyle Glenfoyle Glenfoyle Brand

    Glenfoyle

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

  • Glen Catrine Glen Catrine Glen Catrine Brand

    Glen Catrine

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

  • Cockburns Cockburns Cockburns Brand

    Cockburns

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

  • Lochside Lochside Lochside Distillery & brand

    Lochside

    Lochside's imposing white tower was once unmissable, but is now missed from the Montrose skyline.

  • North British North British North British Distillery & brand

    North British

    Historic Edinburgh grain distillery

  • Loch Lomond Loch Lomond Loch Lomond Distillery & brand

    Loch Lomond

    Produces a range of single malts.

  • Ben Nevis Ben Nevis Ben Nevis Distillery & brand

    Ben Nevis

    Traditional distillery owned by Nikka.

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