Due to the sale of alcohol on our site, we are required to ensure our customers are of legal age to purchase whisky sold in Scotland.
Persons who wish to purchase our whisky must be 18 or older. By entering our site, you agree to this condition.
If you are not over the age of 18, we are sorry but you'll have to wait a little bit longer to taste our exquisite scotch.
We at Lady of the Glen only buy premium whisky casks from distilleries which have either closed down or have produced a limited amount of a particular cask. As a result we sell some of the rarest Scottish malts and grains on the market. Furthermore every bottle is a part of a limited edition. Our Whisky is always Single Cask, non-chill filtered and bottled at Cask Strength.
When you purchase a bottle of Lady of the Glen you can rest assured that it is Whisky of the highest quality, class and sophistication.
As authentic independent bottlers we attempt to keep our Whisky as natural and unique as possible while ensuring the quality is always supreme.
Our casks are bottled at their naturally high cask strength which is usually over 50% ABV. All releases are from a single cask which at most can yield only 300 bottles but the Angel’s Share always brings this down to a smaller release amount.
Our malt or grain whisky is never altered aesthetically through chill filtering but served as nature intended.
With cask details, tasting notes and distillery information elegantly expressed on each bottle you can appreciate the intimate details of each release.
The casks are sourced through a variety of different means but Gregor personally taste tests all of them to evaluate if they are worthy of bottling under the brand, so each customer can rest assured that every bottle is of the highest quality.
Each bottle is of a limited edition and presented in a bespoke gift pouch which has been specially designed by Bespoke Atelier, a textile design team from Glasgow who produce luxury designs and fabric, to create the ideal complimentary and complementary gift.
Whisky has been a passion of Gregor’s since he was young, every month he would see his father’s whisky collection grow (and reduce) with every wedding and event he piped at.
Gregor Hannah started Hannah Whisky Merchants ltd at 27 from Fife in 2012. The idea was to provide high quality Whisky which celebrates the unique natural heritage of Scotland’s native spirit. The name Lady of the Glen is a nod to a private shared memory and to Scotland’s folk history.
As of the middle of 2014 Lady of the Glen Whisky has come from the Speyside, Highland, Lowland and Islay Whisky regions and included two releases from silent distilleries. Over 900 rare bottles have been sold across the world and in 2014 we were shortlisted for the 2014 Bank of Scotland Enterprise Award.
Once an entire cask of bottles is sold out it moves to our Collection page and it will never be available for sale again because once that cask is gone, it is gone forever. Each new cask and release has a new bottle with new details related to that cask of Whisky.
Yesterday we featured in a BQ article written by Aimee Robinson.This was as a result of the recent award we acquired through the Edge which we are planning to use to create more desirable uniquely finished Whisky.Evelyn McDonald, CEO of the Scottish EDGE, said: “We recognise that young people can struggle to raise finance from commercial sources due to a variety of factors such as age and lack of experience and security. “We’ve designed Young EDGE Loans to offer financ…read more
Lowland Malts are rare; the last lowland malt we released was a 21 year old Littlemill Bourbon cask distilled 27th February 1992 and that release sold out within 31 days. The distillery itself was destroyed in 2004 but Auchentoshan is still open and thriving in a region where there are unfortunately very few distilleries.Generally Lowland malts are regarded as the lightest bodied Whisky, other characteristics include having a dry finish, tasting of sweet fruits and having a less intense aroma. Auchentoshan …read more
The obscure distillery of Aultmore takes her name from the Gaelic ‘big burn’ in reference to the burn that runs near the distillery. Sitting above Keith, she lies surrounded by dense fog in the wonderfully natural and idyllic terrain of Northern Speyside.Aultmore was constructed over a century ago in 1895 by Benrinnes-owner Alexander Edward although the first spirit was distilled in 1897, the same year Bram Stoker’s Dracula was published and the year of Queen Victoria’s Diamond Jubil…read more