Glengoyne 19 Year Old – That Boutique-y Whisky Company

  The distillery first received it’s distilling license in 1833 while under the name of Glenguin of Burnfoot, Changing its name to Glengoyne in 1907.  The distillery went from strength to strength and in 1966 the production tripled to 1.2million litres due to the demands for the malt produced, then in 2014 the old barley…

Tobermory 19 year old Marsala Cask Finish

Tobermory Founded by John Sinclair in 1798 at a time where he had applied to lease the 57 acre site named Ledaig in 1797 with the intention to build a distillery along with housing for the workers.. Initially turned down for the licence to distil John Sinclair was granted a brewing licence, however he prevailed…