A one-off bottle of Glen Scotia 1973, specially bottled for the 10th anniversary of The Whisky Exchange Whisky Show in support of its charity partner Plastic Oceans. Campbeltown's tumultuous history, coupled with frequent changes in ownership and intermittent closures, mean there is precious little old stock. This bottle is quite possibly the oldest Glen Scotia ever bottled.
This is bottle number 01 of 01.
Glen Scotia distillery is situated in Campbeltown, one of the five recognised regions of Scotch whisky production. Affectionately known as 'the wee toon', this small town on the Kintyre peninsula was once home to over 30 distilleries at its peak in the Victorian times, earning the name 'the whisky capital of the world'. Founded in 1832, Glen Scotia is one of only three distilleries still producing in the region.
This Glen Scotia 1973 - 1 of 1 sold at our online auction for £3,100