The Clan Denny range was introduced in the early 2000s and originally included well-aged single grain whiskies. It was bottled by Hunter Hamilton & Co., a subsidiary of Douglas Laing & Co. the company run by the Laing brothers, Fred and Stewart.
In 2013 brothers parted their ways and split the company assets. Recent bottlings of Clan Denny consist of single malt, single grain and blended malt whiskies and are marketed by Douglas McGibbon & Co., another subsidiary of Douglas Laing & Co., now with Fred at the helm. North British 1991 was added to the range in August 2017 and comprises whisky aged in refill hogshead no. DMG 12088. The cask produced 300 bottles at 46.7% abv.
Nose: smooth, breakfast cereals, vanilla, icing sugar, sponge cake, touches of coconut and cinnamon and little oak.
Palate: breakfast cereals, buttered popcorn, vanilla, honey, maple syrup, blueberry jam, bananas and hints of toasted oak.
Finish: medium long, with notes of sweet cereals, maple syrup, vanilla, butterscotch and oak.