Grain Whisky

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Grain whisky, as the name may suggest, is made from grain cereals in a column still. A column still, which is also known as a Patent still or continuous still, can churn out large amounts of spirit 24 hours a day. This makes the process far quicker and cheaper than the pot still batch process that is required to make malt whisky.


Grain whisky has always been prized for its neutral attributes and the vast majority of it is used in blended whisky to marry different malts together, as the two have quite different but complimentary qualities. The result of this is a whisky that caters to a wide range of palates’ that may otherwise be offended by the more extreme qualities of single malt. Corn is mainly used in the production of grain whisky although it is possible to use any cereal that is to hand. A very small amount of malted barley is added in order to produce a chemical reaction that creates sugar from the starchy grain.


Of course, it is perfectly viable to enjoy grain whisky as a product in its own right and there are several distilleries in Scotland that specialise in letting you do just that! You can enjoy Cameron Brig, distilled by the Cameronbridge distillery, on a shoestring budget or maybe plum for a dram by the North British distillery. Alternatively, there are some excellent offerings by Port Dundas but you should hurry as they are a closed distillery and will not be opening their doors again.

  • Girvan 25 years old Patent Still 42% 70cl
    The Girvan Patent Still Single Grain 25 year old whisky ia a new expression, which offers something delicious & different due to our unique distillation technology which delivers a pure and intensely rich spirit.The original Girvan Patent Still, known as No 1 Apps was built in 1963 under the stewardship of Charles Gordon, the great-grandson of William Grant. John Ross, Master Distiller, said: The Girvan Patent Still continuous distillation method takes the finest cereal grains to produce a very pure, fruity and clean-tasting grain spirit, lighter in aroma & character than malt whisky Its matured in first-fill American White Oak which adds flavour, character, colour and complexity. Characterised by vanilla, toffee, honey and caramelised fruit notes, the whisky delivers a taste that truly reflects William Grant & Sons pioneering distillation heritage.

    £250.00
  • North British 1989 Carn Mor Celebration of the Cask 56.3% 70cl
    A rare bottling of North British Grain whisky which has been matured in a single cask of Sherry Hogshead. Distilled in 27/06/89 and bottled 31/03/14 at cask strength 56.3% vol, 1 of only 136 bottles from the cask. Bottled under the Carn Mor Label Black Gold the Celebration of the Cask.
    £184.00
  • North British Distillery 24 years old Small Batch Cadenhead 46% 70cl
    Single Grain whisky from North British Distillery aged for 24 years in a Bourbon barrel. Distilled in 1989 bottled in 2014, 1 of 240 bottles only.
    £65.00
  • Haig Club Single Grain Whisky 40% 70cl
    A single Grain whisky from the House of Haig, aged in toasted oak cask to give a smooth whisky with hints of butterscotch. Drink over ice or as you like it!
    £47.99
  • Cameron Brig 40% 70cl
    Cameron Brig is a single grain whisky, made at the Camweronbridge distillery. The style is light and fresh.
    £24.75
  • Port Dundas 27 years old Cadenheads Small Batch 50.9% 70cl
    Bottled from 2 Bourbon hogsheads distilled in 1988 at the Port Dundas Distillery. 100% Grain whisky with a nose which is biscuit and creamy. The palate has honeycomb, brown sugar, golden syrup and ginger not biscuits. The finish is with ginger and sticky toffee pudding. 1 of 414 bottles.
    £89.50
  • Cambus 26 years old Cadenheads Single Cask 47.5% 70cl
    Cambus Grain Distillery closed in 1993 and is becoming increasingly rare. Oily on the nose with mangoes and white chocolate. The palate has white pepper and raisin butter with brown sugar, fresh ginger and lemongrass. The finish is caramelised bananas and boiled sweets. 1of 288 bottles only from a single bourbon hogshead.
    £97.60
  • Girvan 26 years old Cadenheads Small Batch 57% 70cl
    An excellent whisky from the Girvan distillery. Distilled 1988 and bottled 2015 at 26 years old from a single Bourbon Hogshead. 1 of 246 bottles
    £96.00
  • Cameronbridge 26 years old Cadenhead Small Batch 56.6% 70cl
    Cadenheads bottling of Cameronbridge Single Grain whisky distilled 1989 bottled 2015. 1of 415 bottles
    £98.00
  • Loch Lomond Single Grain 46% 70cl
    This single grain whisky is made exclusively from Malted barley in their unique continuous still. Elegant and full bodied with soft fruits and vanilla spice and just a hint of peat smoke.
    £26.99
  • North of Scotland 1973 Grain Whisky Scotts Selection 48.5% 70cl
    North of Scotland 1973 is a beautiful grain whisky matured in a sherry cask. The distillery closed in 1980 and was dismantled in 1993. The flavour is incredibly smooth with toffee and dried fruits and a long, lingering finish.
    £94.99

    Out of stock

  • Strathclyde 24 years old 1989 Cadenhead 46% 70cl
    Single Grain whisky from Strathclyde distillery. Distilled in 1989 and bottled 2013 at 24 years old, 1 of only 504 bottles
    £62.50

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