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James Eadie is an independent bottler of single malt and blended Scotch whisky. James Eadie has a long and rich history of making blended Scotch Whisky and even had his own brewery in 1854. His blended Scotch is called “X”. His great-great grandson, Rupert Patrick decided to revive his blended Scotch and also started bottling single malts. He tracked down Mr. Eadie’s ledgers and was able to recreate the blend. Norman Mathison is now their blender.

Glen Spey is a Speyside Single Malt. Built in 1878 but the name changed to Glen Spey in 1887. It has been a long-time component of the J&B Blend and is not released as a stand-alone single malt. Now owned by Diageo, it is known for its nice oiliness and nutty quality.



First matured in a Bourbon hogshead and then finished for 10 months in a first-fill Pedro Ximenez sherry cask. Only 295 bottles / distilled 05/01/2012 & bottled February 2022.

Brand Tasting Notes:

Nose: Toffee apple with some fresh green apples. There is manuka honey and vanilla with a hint of cloves in the background. Taste: Lovely mouthfeel, coating the mouth with sweetness and spice. The green apple is still present with a hint of orange peel with honey and vanilla toffee with a bit of white pepper. Finish: A juicy finish of malt and caramel with a subtle note of ginger and cloves.

  • Bottle Size750
  • DistilleryGlen Spey
  • StyleSingle Malt Scotch
  • RegionScotland
  • Age10
  • ABV57.1%
  • No. of Bottles295
  • Year Bottled2022
  • Country of OriginScotland
  • Cask StrengthYes
  • BottlerJames Eadie
  • Cask TypePedro Ximenez
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