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‘In recent years, our single malts have won some major industry awards and I can see our 25-year-old challenging the current leaders for a few more titles

A SINGLE malt that is a quarter of a century old and dominated by maritime influences set sail on the first day of Campbeltown Malts Festival.

A select audience was invited to Glen Scotia, founded in 1832, to watch as whisky connoisseur and author Charles Maclean nosed and sampled a dram at the distillery’s open day on Wednesday.

Mr Maclean described the 25-yearold single malt’s light sweetness, with a hint of saltiness and spice, in line with Glen Scotia’s distinct character.

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