Scapa Whisky Scotch Single Malt - A to Z of Whiskies

Scapa Single Malt Scotch Whisky

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Lingro Burn
Allied Distillers Ltd
Mothballed 1994
+44 (0)1856 872071
The Scapa distillery was established in 1885 by Glasgow distillers Townsend & MacFarlane. The distillery is located at Scapa Flow an area famous for its role in both World Wars as it linked the North Sea with the Atlantic Ocean. The entire German naval fleet was scuttled their after World War I. During World War I sailors of the Royal Navy saved the distillery from being destroyed by fire.

In 1941, the distillery was purchased by the Bloch Brothers Ltd who already owned Glen Scotia in Campbeltown. Hiram Walker then bought the distillery in 1954. They rebuilt the distillery in 1959 adding amongst other things a Lomond still. The distillery is now owned Allied Distillers Ltd. Sadly the Scapa distillery was mothballed in 1994. In 2005 Pernod-Ricard took control of Allied but so far they have shown no indication of reopening Scapa.

Most of the whisky that was produced at Scapa was used in blends such as Teacher's and Ballantine's, but there was a few official bottlings of Scapa single malt released.

Scapa Tasting Notes

Scapa 12 Year Old Single Malt.
Colour: Amber gold.
Nose: Fruity and cereal sweetness.
Taste: Floral and slightly bitter fruity and malty.
Finish: Chocolaty hints, average length finish.

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Scapa Bottlings

Scapa offer you the following choice of single malts:
  • 12 Year Old Single Malt.
  • 14 Year Old Single Malt.
  • 1980 25 Year Old Bottled 2005.
  • 1978 23 Year Old Sherry Cask Finish Bottled December 2001 By Douglas Laing.
  • You will find a good selection of Scapa single malt whisky including various vintages and finishes available from top whisky shops such as
    The Whisky Exchange.

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