Adelphi found its way into the corridors of power yesterday when a motion was lodged in the Scottish Parliament to welcome The Glover.
Strengthening cultural links through the medium of outstanding whisky –
Sláinte & Kampai!
More info: The Glover Scottish-Japanese Fusion Whisky
Following simultaneous launches in Aberdeen and Tokyo on Monday 26th October, we’re proud and delighted to unveil two very rare and unique whiskies, commissoned to celebrate the remarkable life of Thomas Blake Glover.
Born in Fraserburgh in 1838, Thomas Blake Glover went on to become a towering figure in the industrial development of Japan in the 19th century. The remarkable cultural and commercial achievments of the ‘Scottish Samurai’ are well recognised in Japan, but far less so in his native Scotland.
These commemorative whiskies have been created to celebrate the bonds, forged by Glover, that still exist between Scotland and Japan, bonds that have become ever stronger in recent years through a shared passion for producing – and enjoying – extraordinary whiskies.
The Glover 22yr old is a one-off bottling, selected and blended from just 3 single casks distilled at Hanyu Distillery Japan, and Longmorn and Glen Garioch distilleries in Scotland. Limited to just 390 bottles worldwide
The Glover 14yr old is a limited batch release of just 1500 bottles, blended from Scotch and Japanese malt whiskies.
Both will be available from mid-November from Adelphi stockists.
For more information: http://www.thegloverwhisky.com
The highly respected Scottish Field Whisky Challenge (which we won a few years ago with a very memorable Adelphi 27 year old Dailuaine) now has a Distillery Visitor Experience of the Year competition.
If you’ve already been to visit us at Glenbeg, please consider voting. If you haven’t, it’s a great excuse to come and see us.
Voting is open until the 21st of September.
We’re delighted to report that our internationally-admired Glenrothes 2007 bottling recently won the Independent Bottlers Challenge at the Spirit of Speyside Whisky Festival in Dufftown. Many thanks to those who voted – we’re just sorry we don’t have more to give you!
Hello and welcome to our new website.
We’ve designed it to be as intuitive and easy to use as possible on all platforms .
This Latest News section will be updated regularly to give you a glimpse of what’s going on at Glenbeg and to share more detailed information about the ethos, concept and design of our new distillery.
However, the best way to enjoy the wonders of the spectacular location and this exciting new project will be to pay us a visit.
We look forward to extending you the warmest Ardnamurchan welcome when you do.