Orphan Barrel Muckety-Muck 24 Year Old Single Grain Scotch Whisky

$599.99

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Standing tall as Orphan Barrel Whiskey Co.'s first single grain Scotch, Muckety-Muck 24 Year Old Single Grain Scotch Whisky boasts fresh, indulgent flavors. Enriched by 24 years of aging, this rare single grain Scotch from the Port Dundas Distillery owns a bursting aroma of caramel and baked sugar backed by the taste of crisp fruit and light toasted oak. The fruit forward flavor blends with hints of butterscotch vanilla which carry through to the finish. Distilled and bottled with pride in Scotland, this whisky is best enjoyed straight, either neat or on the rocks. Includes one 90 proof 750 mL bottle of Orphan Barrel Muckety-Muck 24 Year Old Single Grain Scotch Whisky.
Set beside the canal on a hill overlooking the vibrant city of Glasgow, the Port Dundas Distillery was a prominent local landmark established in 1810 which gifted the world two centuries of exceptional whisky. Although Port Dundas closed its doors in 2010, there are rare, select remaining stocks that allow a glimpse into the glorious past of one of Scotland’s most respected and historic distilleries.