Glenglassaugh 1967 Signatory Vintage 31 Year Old Miniature / Silent Stills
Situated just north of thre Speyside region border, Glenglassaugh is an interesting single malt. So interesting in fact, that it proved difficult for blenders to marry with other whiskies, and it closed down in 1986, deemed surplus to requirements in the era of oversupply in the whisky industry. With the evolution of the single malt market in the years that followed, the distillery made a surprise comeback in 2008 when it was revived by a group of private investors. It then found its feet as part of the Benriach Distillery Company, and is now part of the Brown-Forman stable. Releases from both sides of its 22 year hiatus are very well regarded.
Distilled on 5th June 1967, this was bottled within Signatory Vintage's Silent Stills range, which showcased Scotland's finest discontinued single malts. Glenglassaugh, at the time was one of these.
Signatory Vintage were established in 1988 by Andrew Symington and are one of Scotland's most prolific independent bottlers. Their offices and bottling facility are located next to Edradour distillery, which they have also owned since 2002.
One of 217 full size and miniature bottles drawn from cask #2893.
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