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A.D. Rattray is named after Andrew Dewar Rattray who got his start as an importer of French Wines, Italian Spirits, and olive oil in 1868. He then began to establish himself as a specialist in the field of blending and storing malt and grain whiskies. The company became well known for its wine & whisky selection throughout Glasgow. When Andrew passed away, the company went to a whisky broker named William Walker whose daughter later married Stanley Morrison. This Walker-Morrison duo both had a rich history in whisky and brought A.D. Rattray to where it is today.

A.D. Rattray is now considered one of the premium independent bottlers of the industry. The company is also behind the brands Stronachie and Bank Note. In 2017 they opened the Clydeside Distillery in Glasgow.


Cask # 801535 | Distilled November 2006, bottled February 2023

Strathmill is in the Speyside region and was founded in 1892 under its previous name, Glenisla-Glenlivet. They have long fermentations which helps boost their fruity qualities. This malt is only seen in independent bottlings.

Brand Tasting Notes: The nose has greengage, apricot, and black pepper. The palate has white peach, banana, and grapefruit. The finish has kiwi, almond, and a soft, underlying licorice.

  • Bottle Size700
  • DistilleryStrathmill
  • StyleSingle Malt Scotch
  • RegionScotland
  • Age16
  • ABV55.5%
  • No. of Bottles292
  • Year Bottled2023
  • Country of OriginScotland
  • Cask StrengthYes
  • BottlerA.D. Rattray
  • Cask TypeBourbon
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