1.Strathearn Single Malt
Strathearn Single Malt is the first release of Strathearn Highland Single Malt after the Strathearn Distillery joined the Douglas Laing family in October 2019. The first release is a part of the brand’s Batch 001, which is bottled at 46.6 per cent ABV after spending over five years maturing in European oak and ex-Sherry casks. According to the mag, the brand is planning to increase its production significantly.
2.Glasgow 1770 Single Malt Scotch
Available in three variants, The Original, Peated and Triple Distilled, Glasgow 1770 Single Malt Scotch is The Glasgow Distillery Company’s signature whisky that’s recently made its way to Asia. The blend is made from Scottish barley and water from Loch Katrine. According to The Spirit Business mag, the brand has secured a loan to put towards its international expansion plans and tap into Russia and Belgium too now.
Produced in small batches, Nc’nean is a single malt whisky made from organic Scottish barley that after fermentation is matured in specially treated red wine and American whiskey barrels. A dram of this non-chill filtered blend is replete with flavours of citrus, peach, apricot and spice that go down even better than the first impression they leave on your nose.