Bottled heritage

Glasgow Distillery 1770

THE Glasgow Distillery Company has announced the release of its next Triple Distilled expression.

The first Triple Distilled release was matured exclusively in virgin oak casks, and the new version has been matured in a combination of ex-bourbon and virgin oak casks and brought together before bottling.

The Glasgow Distillery Company reopened its distillery in 2014 and has named its signature malt 1770 as a nod to the year in which the original Dundashill Glasgow Distillery was founded.

The Glasgow 1770 Signature Range consists of The Original, Peated and Triple Distilled.

Describing the latest Triple Distilled variety, a spokesperson said: “The latest Glasgow 1770 Triple Distilled is crafted from the finest malted barley, distilled three times in traditional copper pot stills and combined with the incredibly pure water of Loch Katrine.

“It differs slightly from the first iteration, but is equally as impressive.”

Glasgow 1770 Triple Distilled is bottled at 46% ABV. It has an RRP of £49.