Don't think this is a limited edition. They are available at a local shop
T&A McClelland's was a Glasgow based whisky blending and export firm
established in 1818. The company was purchased in 1970 by Stanley P Morrison
(later to become Morrison Bowmore Distillers) and to this day many of the
T&A McClelland's malt whisky brands are still produced and distributed on a
The McClelland's range offers a chance to explore Scotland and four of the
key whisky distilling regions. The McClelland's Single Malt Whisky range was
first launched in 1986 with an Islay, Highland and Lowland expression. Due
to its success and demand, a Speyside expression was introduced in 1999.
Each Single Malt expression is carefully selected to reflect the true
essence and character of the region in which it is produced. The packaging
reflects the key elements of the region with stunning landscapes by British
illustrator Kathy Wyatt.
"Hidden Draggin" schreef in bericht
> I work in the retail liquor business in Florida
> and a couple of bottles came in.
> They are labeled McClelland's and "Single
> Malt". They come in attractive cardboard tubes
> with artwork.
> The only specifications are Islay for one
> bottle and Highland for the other.
> I tasted them. They are both very good
> and drinkable even though there is no
> source noted and no age claimed.
> The Islay had considerable smoke and
> a little vanilla and a hint of iodine.
> The Highland was sweet, lightly peated
> and decent.
> The price? 17.99 for the Highland and
> 19.99 for the Islay.
> This is a no-brainer as an everyday affordable
> single malt. I have no idea how long they
> will be available or whether this is a limited issue.
> Hidden Draggin - Gilbert Hansford
> CEO of the Brown and Mushy Corporation