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Strathclyde Distillery is located in Glasgow. It was built by London gin producer Seager Evans in 1927 to supply neutral spirit for his gins. In 1936 the company moved into Scotch whisky with purchase of the Long John brand. Between 1957 and 1975 a malt distillery operated within premises producing Kinclaith single malt. Since 2005 Strathclyde Distillery is owned by Chivas Bros, subsidiary of Pernod Ricard, and equipped with two column stills produces 40 million liters of spirit mainly for the company blends, including Chivas Regal and Ballantine’s. The 1977 Vintage is a pretty rare bottling of Strathclyde single grain. The whisky was aged in refill sherry butt no. HH 6144 for 33 years and bottled at natural strength of 57.2% abv as part of the Clan Denny range.
Nose: rich, caramel, coffee beans, brown sugar, dark chocolate, roasted nuts, rum raisins, cloves, cinnamon and cigar box.
Palate: sweet and slightly herbal, candied fruit, honey roasted almonds, cocoa, caramelized brown sugar, hints of cinnamon and ginger and mix of dried herbs.
Finish: pretty long, dark chocolate, caramel, hints of ginger and oak.