1974 Rare Malts Selection Glendullan 23 Year Old Cask Strength Single Malt Scotch Whisky (700ml)

Speyside, Highlands, SCOTLAND
$1499. 00 Bottle
$17988.00 Dozen
ABV: 63.1%
A now quite rare Glendullan from 1974 distillate. Note the slightly low fill level as pictured and some creasing to the top of the presentation box. 63.1% Alc./Vol. Non chill filtered.

Glendullan was the last distillery built in Scotland's whisky epicenter. Opened relatively late (1898), by 1902 Glendullan was supplying to King Edward VII. In 1972, the distillery was expanded to meet demand with a further six stills added. Today it produces more whisky than most of the distilleries in Diageo's Classic Malts selection (in fact it's their second largest producer, right after Dufftown and before Caol Ila). Glendullan and Dufftown distilleries have remained mostly focused on blends (Old Parr for one), but around 2007, Diageo finally reintroduced them to the market as single malts - together with Glen Ord. The marketing gets a little confusing as the whiskies are labelled under the Singleton name, then scheduled for release in different continents - USA, Europe and Asia each get different whiskies.