Grain whisky is often misunderstood and as a result, sadly ignored. In the early 19th century Anneas Coffey patented the design for a new, more efficient style of distillation. Whether the idea was his or not is a discussion for another time. The still was named the Patent Still or Coffey Still. Today there are just a handful of Grain distilleries around Scotland but together they produce around the same amount of spirit as all the Single Malt distilleries combined. Quite neutral in flavour when it is young, grain whisky comes into its own given a long maturation. Becoming more and more popular to be drunk on its own, Single Grain bottlings are now quite prominent in specialist retailers.

Grain Whisky

Compass Box Hedonism
The first whisky in the Compass Box range and the worlds first Single Grain. A lot of people at the...
£58.95
Garnheath XOP 42 Year Old -Douglas Laing New
Garnheath XOP 42 Year Old -Douglas Laing
An extraordinary 42 year old single cask from the closed grain distillery, Garnheath, bottled for Douglas Laing's Old Particular range....
£299.95
Port Dundas 25 year old Sovereign
A single cask 25 year old single grain whisky from the now closed Port Dundas distillery bottled by Hunter Laing...
£89.95
Teeling Single Grain
Teeling Single Grain is matured in Californian Cabernet Sauvignon wine barrels Region: Irish Distillery: Teeling  Age/Name: Teeling Single Grain Size: 70cl Strength: 46%...
£49.95