As well as being a notoriously challenging tongue twister for American whisky aficionados, Auchentoshan distillery is noteworthy for being one of the few buildings not damaged during the Clydebank Blitz of 1941. Unfortunately one of it's warehouses wasn't so lucky, and in fact the picturesque pond just outside the distillery is actually a bomb crater.
It remains the only distillery in Scotland doing 100% triple distillation, and one of the very few where all the production is bottled as single malt.
This is a superb cut crystal glass ship's decanter and scarce maritime piece of history, produced to be sold exclusively on the QE2.
Age: 12 years old
43% ABV / 1 litre
Please note minor rusting to carton
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