North Port Whisky Scotch Single Malt - A to Z of Whiskies

North Port Single Malt Scotch Whisky

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Loch Lee
The North Port distillery was founded in 1820 by David Guthrie a local farmer. In 1893 the distillery became a limited company by the name of Guthrie, Martin & Co which was a partnership of family and bankers. It remained a family run distillery until it was taken over by DCL in 1922. Between 1928 and 1937 and during World War II the distillery lay silent. Following the war production was continued up until 1983 when the distillery was mothballed. Sadly in 1990 it was sold for property development and is now the location of a supermarket.

This malt is sometimes known as  North Port Brechin, Brechin being the city where the distillery was located. Sadly, this once great distillery will never distil again, and bottlings of North Port are becoming hard to find. So if you ever wanted to try North Port whisky don't leave it too long.

North Port Tasting Notes

North Port Brechin 28 Year Old.
Colour: Gold.
Nose: Butter, cream toffee, apples. Almonds, honey, malty. Some spice too with pine and cinnamon.
Taste: Apples and almonds, clotted caramels with a burnt edge to the flavours. A little less complexity than you would expect after the nose.
Finish: Caramel, fudge. Lingering hot spices.

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North Port Bottlings

North Port offer you the following choice of single malts:
  • 1979 20 Year Old Rare Malts Series.
  • North Port Brechin 1977 28 Year Old Original Bottling.
  • 1968 14 Year Old Connoisseurs Choice.
  • North Port Brechin 1981 21 Year Old Connoisseurs Choice.
  • You will find a range of North Port single malt including many very rare vintages and finishes both in original and independent bottlings available from top whisky shops such as The Whisky Exchange.

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