Strathclyde 40 Year Old 1974 Vintage single grain Lowland Scotch whisky. Single cask refill hogshead #10598 bottled December 2014 by Douglas Laing & Co. for the Xtra Old Particular series. 150 bottles.
NOSE: Opens with an attractively sweet character carrying a richly spiced, vanilla’d quality.
PALATE: Creamy & velvety – mouthcoatingly sweet running to a spiced caramel style.
FINISH: Medium long – still sweet throughout – liquid caramel + vanilla in a more-ish way.
Strathclyde Single Grain Whisky
Strathclyde Distillery was established in 1927 on a site which had previously supported mills in Moffat Street by the south bank of the River Clyde in the heart of Glasgow. Strathclyde Distillery is a Lowland grain whisky distillery equipped with two Coffey continuous stills for grain whisky production and also a further five Coffey continuous stills which produce neutral spirit. Loch Katrine situated amongst the hills to the north of Glasgow provides the water. In 1957 Kinclaith malt distillery was constructed within the Strathclyde Distillery complex but closed in 1975 and was dismantled the following year.