A Blended Scotch Whisky from Adelphi, perhaps better known as an independent bottler. However, this blend of grain and malt whsiky is from its private stock which is kept in a solera system. Though ex... Read more
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|Name||Adelphi Blended Scotch Whisky|
|Region||Other Scotch Whisky|
|Alcohol Content (ABV)||40%|
|Country of Origin||Scotland|
|Created On CasKompare||03-13-2022|
A Blended Scotch Whisky from Adelphi, perhaps better known as an independent bottler. However, this blend of grain and malt whsiky is from its private stock which is kept in a solera system. Though exactly where the whisky hails from is kept rather hush hush, we suspect it contains spirit from all over the shop, from Islay, Speyside and Campbeltown. ~ Master of Malt
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Charles and David Gray, brothers, created the Adelphi Distillery in 1826. It was situated on the border of Glasgow's Gorbals neighborhood, just south of the Victoria Bridge. The Gray family ran the distillery until 1880, when Messrs. A. Walker and Co., a business that already possessed sizable distilleries in Limerick and Liverpool, bought it. The Walkers made a financial commitment to the distillery and constructed a Coffey still for the production of grain spirit. Four pot stills and the Coffey still were in full operation by 1886. A year's worth of pure alcohol produced by the distillery was 516,000 imperial gallons (2,350,000 L). By the time Distillers Company (DCL) acquired the Adelphi distillery in 1902, all distillation had ceased. Between 1968 and 1970, the distillery's structures were destroyed, and the chimney was taken down