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The Archive

Welcome to our archive. These are our fantastic whiskies which have sadly sold out, never to return. We‘ve kept them here though so you can use our tasting notes to try and imagine their exquisite flavours.

Bowmore 21 Year Old 75cl
Lady of The Glen

In 1779 the Bowmore distillery became the first licensed distillery on Islay of the Inner Hebrides, making it one of the oldest legitimate Whisky distilleries in Scotland. 

A host of owners have controlled this distillery since its inception including John Simpson, William & James Mutter, Sherriff's Bowmore Distillery Ltd, William Grigor & Sons Ltd. In 1963 Stanley P. Morrison ltd bought the distillery and increased the number of stills to four and provided further investment. However, it was in 1994 that the Suntory buyout took place which brought the distillery under Japanese ownership.

The distillery's iconic white buildings sit facing the Atlantic Ocean while the water source is from the winding Laggan River that meanders through peat bog and moss of Islay. The traditional methods of Whisky making still maintained by the distillery have ensured a consistent high quality of liquid that has gifted Bowmore among the finest reputations for Whisky.

Lady of the Glen is proud to release this limited edition 10 bottle only Sherry Cask release. The cask was among the last private cask to be filled while the Morrison’s owned the distillery before the Suntori buyout. 

Aged in a First Fill Sherry cask for 21 years, distilled 6th November 1990 bottled in 7th September 2012 and released at the rare cask strength of 50%

Each etched glass bottle is gifted in a dovetail oak box and delivery has been included in the price with exception to orders outside the UK where there is a £20.00 additional charge.

Please note, the bottles are 75cl releases unlike previous Lady of the Glen releases.



Glen Garioch 21 Year Old Single Malt 70cl
Lady of The Glen

Immense Sweetness and nuttiness with subtle toffee, this single cask from the ‘Old Meldrum’ distillery is a sweet tooth delight. Distilled 1993 and aged in a bourbon cask for 21 years. Cask number 798 yielded 250 bottles at natural cask strength 56.4%alc.


About the distillery

From the 'Old Meldrum' distillery located in the Eastern Highland's of Scotland, although it is better known as The Glen Garioch distillery. Built by Thomas Simpson in 1797 it sits within the Highland Whisky region. In being built in this time it sits among only a small group distilleries founded in the 18th Century. The distillery sources its water from the springs on the nearby Percock Hill. 

Glen Garioch, pronounced Glen Geery, has been through a multitude of owners as would be expected for a distillery with such a long history. It was mainly utilised for blending purposes, whereby its spirit would contribute to popular blends of the time such as the VAT69 blend. However, in 1968 the distillery was closed and it lay silent until 1973 when it resumed production under the new ownership of Stanley P. Morrison ltd, unfortunately Stanley did not get to see the opening as he passed away in 1971 a year after officially taking over the distillery. The distillery was upgraded to increase capacity and production methods were improved too, the distillery also began to release its own single malt bottlings. The distillery was closed again in 1995 by new owners Suntory only to be reopened again in 1997 now with a less peaty taste profile. Despite the tumultuous history Glen Garioch presents itself now with a premium spirit rich in history.

About the cask

Our Limited Edition Glen Garioch was aged in an American Bourbon cask for 21 years, distilled in 1993 and bottled at cask strength 56.4% alc. The cask yielded only 250 70cl bottles of which only 35 will be available from the website.

This single cask release will follow all our previous releases in that it will be non-chill filtered with no colourings.



Glen Garioch is usually associated with being only lightly peated, with soft floral notes and a delicately sweet and spicy taste. However, our tasting revealed, 

'Immense Sweetness and nuttiness with subtle toffee on the nose. Smooth with further toffee, nuts and butteryness on the palate.'


The cost of delivery is included in the price and delivery to anywhere outside the UK will cost an additional £20.00 


Independent Reviews

"Tonnes of fruit and malt, one to explore carefully, with respect and lots of time" From Scotch and Sci

"Glen Garioch is a great little distillery that we don’t see enough of, and this single cask bottling of it is great" Somerset Whisky Blog

Secret Speyside 20 Year Old Single Malt 70cl
Lady of The Glen

Melon and peach soft fruits with hints of pineapple on the palate and nose. This single cask from an unnamed distillery in the Speyside Whisky region is a truly unique offering. Distilled October 1994 and aged in a refill Bourbon hogshead for 20 years. Cask number 1171 yielded 262 bottles at natural cask strength 52.3% ABV.


About the distillery

Little can be revealed about this distillery and its specific location for legal reasons. Only the cask details and Whisky region are permitted to be confirmed for this exquisite example of a Speyside whisky.


About the cask

This Single Malt Speyside Whisky was distilled on the 17th of October 1994 and aged in a refill Bourbon hogshead, cask number 1171. Bottled at cask strength with no colourings added - this is non-chill filtered.



You will enjoy soft fruits such as melon, peach with hints of pineapple on the palate and nose. With a little water you can bring out a gentle sweetness of lemon pie flavour. In the aftertaste you can find the hint of mint toffee.

Your limited edition bottle is presented in the Lady of the Glen bespoke gift bag with a descriptive tasting tag and delivery is included in the price.

Independent Reviews

Ben Cops', of the Ben's Whisky Blog, had this to say, "Love the nose, lots to discover.  Quietly, challenging and quite elegant".

Jon, of Scotch and Sci-Fi, summarised his tasting with "Intense on citrus, palate cleansing and pleasing. The background layers of toffee and fudgey chocolate gives this dram some dimensions to explore."

Tiger White from the Edinburgh Whisky Blog enthused with "plenty of fruity notes and it slips down rather too easily, even at cask strength"

Tom who writes Toms Whisky Review "HUGE fruity notes...with hints of wood and spice round this off into a cracker of a dram"


Postage is included in the price and you will recieve your order within three to four days of making your order.

Lady of the Glen Whisky can succesfully fulfill orders from all over the world at an extra charge of £20.00 for non-UK delivery

Ben Nevis 16 Year Old Single Malt 70cl
Lady of The Glen

Banana malt loaf with sweetness and maltiness, this single cask Ben Nevis has a luscious sweet taste. Distilled in December 1998 and aged in a refill Sherry Cask for 16 years. Cask number 1407 yielded 273 bottles at natural cask strength 52.08% alc

About the distillery

In the picturesque Western Highlands and next to the highest mountain in the British Isles sits the Ben Nevis distillery, one of the oldest licensed distilleries in Scotland. It is rumoured to have been founded in 1825 by ‘Long John’ McDonald born 1798 in Tolgulbin, who could reportedly trace his ancient family line back to the time of Robert the Bruce. Long John was a famous figure in Whisky folklore because he was one of the first illicit distillers to sell his own Whisky and he was apparently a giant of a man in height, strength and fitness. Queen Victoria even visited Long John’s Ben Nevis distillery in 1848 where she was presented a special cask dedicated to her son, the Prince of Wales, future King Edward VII. Closed in 1986 and fortunately reopened in 1991 under the new ownership of Nikka with the quality of Whisky improving thereafter.

The distillery sources its water from Alt a Mhulin which runs from Ben Nevis past the distillery into the River Lochy.


The Cask

This single malt Highland Whisky was distilled on the 3rd of December 1998 and aged in a Refill Sherry Hogshead cask, number 1407. It has been bottled at natural cask strength and there has been no colourings added - this is non-chill filtered.



The aroma of banana malt loaf with sweetness and maltiness. A lucious sweet taste with a tad more fresh fruitiness. Water brings out more fruit and the vanilla cake mix flavour.



Ben Cops', of Ben's Whisky Blog, described the Ben Nevis as "uncompromising, intense, exciting, balanced, complex and old beyond it’s years"

Jon, of Scotch and Sci-fi, concluded with "sit back, pour, explore, enjoy and relax. Fantastic experience".

Tiger White of the Edinburgh Whisky Blog tasted "vanilla, lemon peel, custard creams, cinder toffee, a gingery spice and fresh sawdust"

Tom who writes Toms Whisky Reviews got "Toffee coins and sweet sugary candy notes with oak and malt filled background"

Steve of the Somerset Whisky Blog had "Thick, instantly sweet and buttery, quite a wine like character...a great cask here"


Lady of the Glen Whisky can succesfully fulfill orders from all over the world at an extra charge of £20.00 for non-UK delivery


Lady of The Glen

Our first grain whisky. This charming Highland whisky was a personal favourite of the Lady of the Glen team. Well balanced and golden with a fragrance of pear and a touch of peach on the nose. The key note of any decent Invergordon is vanilla and this grain was compared to vanilla ice cream. The richness and warmth of baked fruits, hazelnut with combined hints of pear and ginger gave this whisky a toasty in the mouth sweet and dry finish. With the addition of water you could enjoy a depth of new flavours as it took on a zesty dimension with hints of lemon peal. Charmingly young taste even though it is old.

This Whisky was from a single American ex bourbon cask and it was non chill filtered.

Sold out January 2014.


Edinburgh Whisky blog Very easy drinking and much livelier and fresher than the age statement might suggest

Miss Whisky shared her thoughts here

Bunnahabhain 26 Year Old Single Malt 70cl
Lady of The Glen

Vanilla ice cream and banana sweets on the nose. Velvet smooth and luscious on the mouth with maltiness and the slight hint of smoke at the very end on the palate. This single cask from the ‘Mouth of the river’ distillery is a complex Whisky. Distilled November 1987 and aged in single refill Bourbon cask for 26 years. Cask number 2470 yielded 205 bottles at natural cask strength 50.01%alc


About the distillery

Bunnahabhain translates from the Gaelic ‘The Mouth of the River’ and it was founded in 1883 on the North of Islay. Built during the 19th Century Whisky boom, there are only around twenty other distilleries in Scotland created during this time which are still active now. Bunnanhabhain is fortunate to be amongst these century old distilleries as it was mothballed it 1999. It did reopen eventually and now actively sells it Whisky.

About the cask

Distilled on the 16th November 1987 and aged in a single refill American Bourbon cask, number 2470. It has been bottled at cask strength and there has been no colourings added - this is non-chill filtered.


Enjoy the Vanilla ice cream and banana sweets on the nose. Velvet smooth and luscious on the mouth with maltiness and the slight hint of smoke at the very end on the palate. With a drop of water more sherbet sweets on the nose and more floral notes while on the palate there are more exotic fruits and melon.


Your uniquely numbered bottle is presented in the Lady of the Glen bespoke gift bag with a descriptive tasting tag and delivery is included in the price.

Independent Reviews with tasting notes

Jonathon Webb of Scotch and Sci Fi described this Whisky as"Intriguing and complex, not for the beginner...a truly unique Whisky" 

Adam Warburton of Whisky Diary stated that "This has to be the best Bunnahabhain that I have tasted to date!"

Ben Cops summarised it as having "Massive intensity, loads of ripe juicy fruits and citrus"

Tom of Tom's Whisky Reviews tasted "full sherry soaked sweetness and with hints of of peated background popping up"

Steve Prentice of the Somerset Whisky blog suggested "it's got that trademark honeyness"

The Whisky Chronicle summarised the palate as "more fruity with an amazing sweet shop sweetness"

Tiger White of the Edinburgh Blog declared that it was "a great example of a Bunnahabhain - a layered complex nose which leads to an explosive palate"

The Whisky corner duo offerred varied notes on this dram from"so complex, so much flavour packed into one mouthful"

Stefan of the Whisky Journal decribed this dram positivelyGerman here


Postage is included in the price and you will recieve your order within three to four days of making your order.

Lady of the Glen Whisky can succesfully fulfill orders from all over the world at an extra charge of £20.00 for non-UK delivery

Lady of The Glen

Lady of the Glen's first Lowland malt Whisky. With roots as old as 1750 the Littlemill Distillery was rumoured to be the oldest in Scotland before it burned down in 2004.

Aged in an American oak ex-bourbon cask for 21 years using water sourced from the Kilpatrick Springs, this malt has a clean colour similar to Pinot Grigio. Anticipate a little soft fruitiness on the nose when neat but add water for a burst of tropical pineapple and melon. Enjoy the smooth taste of lemon ice cream on the tongue and custard dessert as a comforting aftertaste.

This Littlemill was from a single ex-bourbon American Oak cask and it was non chill filtered.

The cask yielded 309 bottles which sold out May 2014.


The meticulous Ben Cops described our Littlemill as "Complex, elegant and delicious" on his Whisky review blog. Visit his blog here

Tom thought the Littlemill was "a very interesting dram with layers of complexity that work wonders"

The Whisky Corner team said that "(it was) a lovely malt that suprised me"

Jon of the Scotch and Sci Fi whisky blog summarised "a sweetie fan's dram"

Tiger of The Edinburgh Whisky Blog described it as "(having) Lots of fruity juiciness layered with touches of spice and lovely clean citric notes"


Lady of The Glen


Sold out January 2014.From the mothballed Caperdonich distillery in Speyside came this deluxe malt. Aged in an ex-bourbon American oak cask for 19 years and bottled at cask strength without chill filtering or any another additives.

Very spiritied for its age, the flavour was all about the essence of lemon with a hint of buttery sweetness. On the palate you would have been surprised by delicous honey and ice cream undertones. By adding water gradually the slightly mellow warm biscuits flavours and malty flavours would have come through. After your initial taste, you could sit back and enjoy a warm and clean after taste with a distant hint of toffee. Delicous and yummy, we are vey proud to release this as our second malt and third Lady of the Glen release


Whisky Corner "lovely sweetness, much like a Highland Toffee bar, but one that’s been warmed up in your pocket all day"

Edinburgh Whisky blog "A lovely wee whisky, and a bit of a bargain considering it’s a single cask from a mothballed distillery"

Whisky Journal The review is in German, but a translated segment reads, "The tasting buds are stimulated by citrus fruits and slightly sour apples"

Lady of The Glen

Our first Speyside malt whisky. The smells of over ripe red apples, chocolate and spicy winter fruits this dram certainly did not disappoint on the nose. Mouth coating and long lasting this sherried dram had undertones of beeswax and hazelnuts throughout. With the addition of water you would bring out flavours of dried figs and honey. With a big and spicy finish this whisky did not disappoint.

The Benrinnes Distillery was founded in in 1835 and is located in Banffshire. It was completely rebuilt in 1955/1956 due to a flood and it is one of the few distilleries in Scotland that still uses so-called 'worm tubs' to cool the vapours and condensed spirit from the running stills. This feature was once common, but not anymore. The water sources are the Scurran and Rowantree Burns.

This Benrinnes was from a single Sherry cask and sold out January 2014.


Miss Whisky Blog "really fruity with apple, peach, fig and milke Chocolate notes"

Edinburgh Whisky Blog "this dram has balls! Quite spicy with cinnamon and white pepper then a meaty note before a rich sweetness kicks in"

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