Glendullan Distillery equipped with 3 pairs of stills can produce 5 million liters of spirit per annum.
While majority of the output goes into Old Parr, Johnnie Walker and Buchanan’s blends, the official single malt expressions are available exclusively in the Americas under the Singleton range. Scott’s Selection was a reputable independent bottler owned by Speyside Distillery Company with Robert Scott, the company master distiller, in charge. Whiskies included in the range were bottled at cask strength and without chill-filtration. Scott’s Selection range was discontinued in 2014. Glendullan 1981 Vintage was bottled in 1998 at natural strength of 58.7% abv.
Nose: clean and flowery, summer meadow, freshly mowed grass, buttered toast, stewed apples and pears, hints of lemon pepper and green tea, vanilla and oak.
Palate: fruity with distinctive oaky notes, apples, pears, gooseberries, grapes, dash of pepper, toffee, vanilla and touch of licorice.
Finish: pretty long, oaky and peppery with delicate notes of vanilla and apples.