To celebrate its 125th anniversary, the iconic whisky creator and specialty bottler Gordon & MacPhail (G & M) is planning to release four exceptional whiskies. All four whiskies are from either closed distilleries or were produced using Lomond stills that are no longer in production.
Expressions from closed distilleries, euphemistically referred to as “lost distilleries,” are among the most coveted bottlings among Scotch whisky enthusiasts. This is especially true when the distillery has been torn down and there is no possibility that it can restart production.
According to Stephen Rankin, G & M’s Director of Prestige and a fourth-generation member of the Urquhart family that owns and manages the company:
The whiskies we have chosen to commemorate our 125th anniversary are all truly unique and seldom seen in the market.