St. Magdalene Linlithgow Lowland Single Malt Scotch Whisky

Rare and selected St. Magdalene Linlithgow Lowland Single Malt Scotch Whisky

St. Magdalene / Linlithgow was a distillery in Linlithgow in the Scottish Lowlands. The distillery was founded under the name of Linlithgow in 1765 by Sebastian Henderson and 1797, taken over by Adam Dawson, who had opened already 1795 Bonny Town distillery in Linlithgow. 1810 two distilleries were merged. 1912 acquired the Distillers Company Limited (DCL) the distillery. She was in 1914 next to Rosebank, Clydesdale, Glenkinchie and The Grange one of the five founding distilleries of Scottish Malt Distillers (SMD). During the Second World War was not produced. In 1983 the distillery was shut down and St. Magdalene is one of the closed Distilleries. Parts of the distillery are demolished, others are now apartments. The water of the members of the region Lowlands distillery was from Loch Lomond. It had two Wash- and spirit stills, accordingly was distilled twice. Here is an exceptional for the Lowlands single malt was produced for a little over two hundred years. Exceptional because St. Magdalene Single Malt Whisky was heavily peated in malting, which typically is not just for the well-known for their mild, soft whisky region in southern Scotland.
The still few available bottlings and particularly the specimens from the legendary Rare Malts Selection are very complex single malt whiskies and enjoy almost cult status among connoisseurs.

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