Glen Mhor Distillery was founded in 1892
in Inverness by the two whisky entrepreneurs John
Mackinlays and John Birnie. The name Glen Mhor means
"Great Glen" in Gaelic. In 1954 Glen Mhor became the
first distillery to use Saladin Boxes to malt its
Barley. In 1972 the distillery was bought by the
Distillers Company Limited, who run it until 1983 when
it was mothballed due to low profitability. Glen Mhor
was dismantled in 1986 and the site now houses a
Glen Mhor bottlings are beconimg increasingly rare and
are much sought-after by collectors and enthusiasts.
A Selection of Glen Mhor
Glen Mhor 22 yo Rare Malts 61%
Glen Mhor 10 yo 43% 75cl
Glen Mhor 1966 34 yo Cask Strength
Glen Mhor 1979 40% Gordon & MacPhail
Very rarely found as a single malt.
Big variation on the
different bottlings. Complex and medium-bodied with clear notes of
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