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SCAPA   15 years old 43 %            
THE ULTIMATE SINGLE MALT
SCOTCH WHISKY SELECTION
Distilled 11.5.79
Bottled 6.94
Cask No. 3853
340 bottles
Van Wees, Amersfoort

SCAPA  9 years old 43 %            
THE ULTIMATE SINGLE MALT
SCOTCH WHISKY SELECTION
Distilled 25.01.88
Bottled 2.97
Bourbon barrel
Cask No. 170
The Ultimate Whisky Company, N.L.

SCAPA   10 years old 43 %        INFO     
ORCADIAN SINGLE MALT
By The Banks of The Lingro Burn
Taylor & Ferguson, Scapa Distillery,
St. Ola, Orkney

SCAPA   12 years old 40 %             
ORCADIAN SINGLE MALT
Scapa Distillery, Scapa Flow, Orkney

SCAPA   23 years old 50%                 
THE OLD MALT CASK 50o
A Single Cask Bottling
Distilled March 1978
Bottled December 2001
Finished in Sherry Cask -
minimum 6 months
612 Bottles
No Chill Filtration
No Colouring
Douglas Laing & Co, Ltd, Glasgow

SCAPA  25 years old 50%              
THE OLD MALT CASK 50o
Single Cask Bottling
Distilled August 1975
Bottled June 2001
Matured in Sherry Cask
540 Bottles
No Chill Filtration
No Colouring
Douglas Laing & Co, Ltd, Glasgow

SCAPA  15 years old 43 %             
THE ULTIMATE SINGLE MALT
SCOTCH WHISKY SELECTION
Distilled 24.4.80
Cask no. 1472
Bottled 4.95
320 bottles
Genummerde flessen
Van Wees, Amersfoort

SCAPA   25 years old 40 %                  
Distilled 1966
Bottled 1991
Scapa Distillery, Orkney
Gordon & Macphail, Elgin

SCAPA   12 years old 40 %             
Distilled 1979
Bottled 1991
Trademark of Proprietors:
Taylor & Ferguson Ltd, Scapa
Gordon & Macphail, Elgin

SCAPA  9 years old 40 %             
distilled 1983
Bottled 1992
Trademark of Proprietors:
Taylor & Feguson Ltd, Scapa
Gordon & Macphail, Elgin

SCAPA   10 years old 40 %             
Distilled 1984
Bottled 1995
Trademark of Proprietors:
Taylor & Feguson, Scapa
Gordon & Macphail, Elgin

SCAPA  11 years old 40 %             
Distilled 1985
Bottled 1996
Trademark of Proprietors:
Taylor & Ferguson Ltd, Scapa
Gordon & Macphail, Elgin

SCAPA   VINTAGE 1980             
16 years old 43 %
Distilled 2.5.80
Bottled 9.96
Cask Nos. 12080 + 82
660 bottles
Signatory Vintage
Scotch Whisky Co, Ltd, Edinburgh

SCAPA  9 years old 62.2 %            INFO
SINGLE CASK SCOTCH MALT WHISKY
Date distilled Sept 90
Date bottled Feb 00
Society Cask Code 17.18
215 bottles
The Scotch Malt Whisky Society,
The Vaults, Leith, Edinburgh
'Bathing by a peat fire'

SCAPA   12 years old 56,4%             
GORDON & MACPHAIL RESERVE
Distilled 1991
Cask No 3081
Bottled 2003
Limited Edition
211 Bottles
Trademark of Proprietors: Taylor & Ferguson Ltd
Gordon & Macphail, Elgin

SCAPA   37 years old 45,6 %      INFO
SINGLE CASK SCOTCH MALT WHISKY
Date Distilled Dec 65
Date Bottled Mar 03
Society Cask code 17.24
Outturn 115 Bottles
The Scotch Malt Whisky Society,
The Vaults, Leith, Edinburgh
'Cherry lips and stately homes'.

SCAPA   12 years old 40%          INFO
A SANCTUARY THROUGH THE AGES
Bottled 2004
Single Malt Scotch Whisky
from The Islands of Orkney
The Scapa Distillery, Orkney

SCAPA   16 years old  40 %         INFO                     
"THE "  ORCADIAN
SINGLE  MALT  SCOTCH  WHISKY
From The sanctuary of The Scapa Flow
The Scapa Distillery, Kirkwall, Orkney

SCAPA  Age  9 years  56.4 %    INFO
SINGLE  MALT  SCOTCH  WHISKY
FROM  A  SINGLE  CASK
Date Distilled 23 rd Jan 2002        
Cask Type: Refill Barrel / Ex Bourbon
Outturn / One of only 189 Bottles
Society Single Cask No: 17.31
The Scotch Malt Whisky Society,
The Vaults, Leith
Salty minted bananas

SCAPA   1 9 9 3                                                                                                                                                                                                           15  years old  40 %                                                                                                                                                                                      Single Highland Malt Scotch Whisky                                                                                                                                     Distilled 1993                                                                                                                                                                                             Bottled 2008                                                                                                                                                                                         35 cl                                                                                                                                                                                                              Trade Mark of Proprietors:                                                                                                                                                   Taylor & Ferguson Ltd,                                                                                                                                                                             Scapa, Orkney                                                                                                                                                                               Specially Selected, Produced & Bottled by                                                                                                                                          Gordon & Macphail, Elgin
                                                                                                                                                                                                      
SCAPA   2 0 0 0                                                                                                                                                                            12 years old  43 %
Orkney Single Highland Malt Scotch Whisky                                                                                                                       Distilled 2000                                                                                                                                                                           Bottled 2012                                                                                                                                                                                           Trade Mark of Proprietors                                                                                                                                                         Taylor & Ferguson Ltd,                                                                                                                                                                 Scapa, Orkney                                                                                                                                                            Specially Selected,                                                                                                                                                                        and under the Resposiblility  of                                                                                                                                                Gordon & Macphail, Elgin

SCAPA      Aged  9 years  57.7 %       INFO                          
SINGLE  MALT  SCOTCH  WHISKY
FROM  A  SINGLE  CASK
Date Distilled  23rd January 2002
Cask Type: Refill Barrel / Ex Bourbon
Outturn / One of 267 Bottles
Society Single Cask No. 17.33
The Scotch Malt Whisky Society,
The Vaults, leith, Edinburgh
Batlle for the Buds


SCAPA  INFO
Aged 11 years old  55,5 %                               
SINGLE  MALT  SCOTCH  WHISKY
FROM  A  SINGLE  CASK
Date distilled: 23RD Jan 200
Cask type: 2nd Fill Hogshead / ex Bourbon
Society Singel Cask: 17.34
Outturn: One of only 251 Bottles
The Scotch Malt Whisky Society,
The Vaults, Leith, Edinburgh
Seasine holiday dram

SCAPA
Aged 11 years old  55,5 %        INFO                        
SINGLE  MALT  SCOTCH  WHISKY
FROM  A  SINGLE  CASK
Date distilled: 23RD Jan 200
Cask type: 2nd Fill Hogshead / ex Bourbon
Society Singel Cask: 17.34
Outturn: One of only 251 Bottles
The Scotch Malt Whisky Society,
The Vaults, Leith, Edinburgh
Seasine holiday dram

SCAPA INFO
Aged  12 years 56.1 %                       
SINGLE  MALT  SCOTCH  WHISKY
FROM  A  SINGLE  CASK
Date Distilled: 23rd January 2002
Cask Type: Refill Barrel / ex Bourbon
Outturn: One of Only 243 Bottles
Society Single Cask: CODE: 1 7. 3 9
The Scotch Malt Whisky Society,
The Vaults, Leith, Edinburgh
Relax, take it easy



SCAPA INFO
THE  ORCADIAN
Estd 1885
40 %                                                
S K I R E N
adj. Old Norse,
glittering, bright skies
Matured in 100 %                                                                                                                                                                                             First - Fill American oak
BATCH  S K O 1
The Scapa Distillery, Kirkwall,
Orkney

Highland Malt
The Northern Highlands
Orkney
SCAPA (1885)

Kirkwall, Orkney. Licentiehouder: Taylor & Ferguson Ltd. Onderdeel van Caledonian Malt Whisky Distillers Ltd.
De malt whisky divisie van Allied Distillers Ltd, Eigendom van Allied Lyons Pic. De distilleerderij werd opgeleverd in October 1885.
Opdrachtgever was een toen bekende distillateur uit de Speyside, J.T. Towsend.
Scapa was naar de toenmalige maatstaven een heel moderne distilleerderij. Waarmogelijk werd gebruik gemaakt van machines inplaats van mankracht.
De distilleerderij gebouwd langs de Lingo Burn, werd van energie voorzien door middel van een waterrad dat de elevators, lopende banden, pompen, malerij en overige machinerie.
De firmanaam was MacFarlane & Towsend.
De twee ketels, hadden een capaciteit van 1100- en 700 gallons en werden met stoom verhit. De jaarlijkse capaciteit was 40.000 gallons.
In de eerste wereldoorlog was een onderdeel van het Engelse leger ingekwartiert in de dis-tilleerderij .
Er ontstond op een bepaald moment toen een grote brand, die door de miltairen werd geblust. In 1919 werd Scapa Distillery Co, Ltd gevormd. Van 1934 tot 1936 lag de distilleerderij stil.
In 1936 werd Scapa gekocht door Bloch Brothers (Distillers) Ltd, toen ook de eigenaars van Glen Scotia.
Bloch Brothers kochten in Januari 1941 ook de Glengyle distilleerderij in Campbeltown, met de bedoeling om deze distilleerderij te heropenen, maar door het begin van de tweede wereldoorlog gaat dit niet door.
Bloch Brothers ging in 1954 bankroet en Glen Scotia en Scapa werden overgenomen door Hiram Walker (Scotland) Ltd.
Glen Scotia werd door Hiram Walker verkocht aan A. Gillies & Co (Distillers) Ltd, die in 1970 werden overgenomen door Amalgamated Distilled Products, van de Argyll Group.
Hiram Walker - Gooderham & Worts Ltd of Canada maakte in 1930 zijn entree in de Schotse whiskyindustrie, door een 60 % belang te nemen in de Stirling Bonding Company en de blenders J. & G. Stodart.
In 1936 werd Hiram Walker de 100 % eigenaar.
Ook in 1930 werd George Ballantine & Son Ltd overgenomen met twee malt distilleerderijen Glenburgie en Miltonduff.
In 1938 kwam de door hun gebouwde Dumbarton Grain Distillery en de Inverleven Malt Whisky distilleerderij in gebruik.
In 1946 werden te Dumbarton nog twee lagerpakuizen gebouwd en kwamen er ook bottelfacili-teiten.
In 1951 werden de mouters Robert Kilgour te Kircaldy overgenomen.

Gedurende de vijftiger jaren nam hun export enorm toe en werden een aantal firma's over-genomen die voorraden bezaten van gerijpte whiskies.
Ook werden Glencadam, Scapa, Pulteney overgenomen.
Scapa wordt in de tweede wereldoorlog grotendeels door brand verwoest.
Scapa wordt in 1959 uitgebreid, toen werd ook de moutvloer gesloten.
In de jaren zestig kreeg Scapa een Lomond ketel, die staat er nog en dient hier als washstill.
Deze ketels zijn ook in gebruik geweest in de distilleerderijen Glenburgie en Miltonduff.
In 1978 werd Scapa opnieuw verbouwd.
Sinds 1993 is Scapa maar heel incidentieel in bedrijf geweest.
In 2000 is er drie maanden geproduceerd onder de leiding van de mensen van Highland Park.
Het gebruikte koelwater komt nog altijd van de Lingro Burn, het water voor de produktie komt van de bronnen Halmyre, Mossbank en Orqvic.
Alle single malt whiskies werden tot 1996 gebotteld door Gordon & Macphail. te Elgin. Sinds 1997 brengt Allied de whisky ook zelf op de markt.
Er staat één mash tun groot 3? ton, acht wash backs zijn in gebruik van elk 44000 liter, de met stoom verhitte ketels zijn groot 13.500 liter en 12.563 liter (twee stuks).
De mogelijke capaciteit per jaar is ongeveer 1^ miljoen liter.
De licentiehouder is Taylor & Ferguson, blenders van Ambassador, ook door Hiram Walker in de dertiger jaren overgenomen.

Allied Distillers Februari 2003
Dumbarton Distillery sluit. Het komplex waar ook het hoofdkantoor van Allied was gevestigd, hergde ook de Dumbarton Grain distilleerderij, en ook werden de malt whiskies Lomond, waarvan slechts één botteling bekend is, uitgebracht door de Scotch Malt Whisky Society, The Vaults, Leith, Edinburgh onder code nummer 98.1, en Inverleven.
De capaciteit van de Grain distilleerderij Strathclyde wordt vergroot tot 39 miljoen liter spirit per jaar, dat was 32 miljoen liter.
Het hoofdkantoor wordt gevestigd te Kilmalid.
Het enorme gebouwencomplex is verkocht aan twee projectontwikkelaars.
Maart 2004
Allied maakt bekend E 4 miljoen te investeren in Scapa en Glendronach.
Het grootste deel van dit bedrag gaat naar Scapa.
Het is de bedoeling dat Scapa Januari 2005 weer in gebruik zal zijn, er is dan werk voor drie vaste krachten.
Het eerste jaar gaat men er 120.000 liter spirit produceren.
Er wordt, naast de 12 jaar oude Scapa een 14 jaar oude Scapa uitgebracht.
Er komt ook een klein bezoekerscentrum.

We, the Tasting Panel, verify that the Scotch Malt Whisky inside this bottle has been
passed under some of the most scrupulous noses in the world and approved for re -
lease as a Society bottling.

Only single cask whiskies that promise to intrigue, entertain and delight our members
are selected, true to our motto: "To leave no nose upturned ".

SCAPA  DISTILLERY

Water: Lingro Burn
Mash tun: 1 x 3,5 tonnes
Washbacks: 8 x 44000 litres
1 wash still x 13.500 litres
1 spirit still x 12.563 litres
Output: 1.000.000 litres

00:01 Tuesday 28 April 2015

SCAPA, the Orcadian whisky distiller owned by Chivas Brothers, has opened its first-ever visitor centre.
The 130-year-old brand said visits would encompass a tour of the traditional, manually-operated production facilities, including the only whisky Lomond still in Scotland, and a walk along the front of the distillery to see Scapa Flow harbour.
The centre is the latest offering in tourism from Chivas, whose combined gin and Scotch whisky visitor sites attract more than 100,000 people every year.
Caroline Mitchell, the group's visitor centres manager, said: "Our boutique distillery's visitor centre will provide our guests with an educational experience in a natural environment and we look forward to welcoming them to one of the most remote and beautiful locations in Scotland."
Brian MacAulay, distilling manager at Scapa, added: "I have personally taken the pleasure in removing our 'No Visitors' sign."

SCAPA DISTILLERY

ISLANDS SINGLE MALT SCOTCH WHISKY

Once boasting the longest fermentation time in the industry at 120 hours, although the introduction of a seven-day distilling week has reduced this to up to 70 hours, Scapa's fruitiness remains prominent in the wash, and is further refined by distillation in a Lomond-style still. These stills were designed in the late 1950s in an attempt to create multiple different flavours from a single pot. The barrel-like necks contained moveable copper baffle plates which could be manipulated to create different levels of reflux. Today the plates have been removed, but the amount of copper in the necks is still massive. A purifier pipe increases reflux even further, and adds its usual oiliness. The result is one of the juiciest new makes in Scotland, a character that is enhanced by maturation in American oak and refill casks.  


BRANDS PRODUCED HERE
Calchou
SCAPA HISTORY

By the end of the 19th century there were three distilleries operational on Orkney: Highland Park, Stromness (both of which dated from the early part of the century) and, from 1885, Scapa. Any distillery built at this time was free to try and exploit the growing interest in blends. Scapa was no different. Indeed, it was built by a blender, Glasgow’s John Townsend. It was damaged by fire in 1919, but rebuilt. In 1936 it was bought by Bloch Bros. [see Glen Scotia, Glengyle] who ran it for close on two decades before selling up to Hiram Walker which through mergers ended up as Allied Distillers. In 1959 a Lomond still was installed which ran as intended until 1979.

Production ceased in 1994 with occasional runs being done by the crew from Highland Park. In 2004, however it was released as single malt and a major refurbishment of the distillery began. In 2005 it became part of the Pernod Ricard stable and the refurbishment was completed. The new owners redesigned the packaging of the single malt and upped the age from 14 years to 16.

In 2015 a visitor’s centre was opened and the introduction of a new, extended range was announced.

TIMELINE

1885
Scapa distillery is opened in Orkney by Macfarlane & Townsend
1919
The distillery is sold to the Scapa Distillery Co, but is damaged by fire in the same year
1934
Scapa Distilling Co. goes into liquidation and distilling ceases at the site
1936
Production resumes following the buy out by Bloch Brothers
1954
The business is sold to Canadian group Hiram Walker
1959
Hiram Walker rebuilds the distillery and installs a Lomond still
1987
Allied Lyons (later Allied Domecq) purchases Hiram Walker
1979
The Lomond still is decommissioned
1994
Scapa distillery is mothballed, although occasional runs are completed by the nearby Highland Park team
2004
A £2.1 million refurbishment project takes place; Scapa 14 Year Old is launched
2005
Refurbishment complete, Scapa becomes part of Pernod Ricard's portfolio after the group purchases Allied Domecq
2015
The distillery opens its first visitors' centre in April
SCAPA FACTS

CAPACITY (MLPA) i
1
CONDENSER TYPE i
Shell and tube
FERMENTATION TIME i
52-70hrs
GRIST WEIGHT (T) i
2.9
HEAT SOURCE i
Diesel fuelled steam boiler
MALT SPECIFICATION i
Unpeated
MALT SUPPLIER i
Simpsons
MASH TUN TYPE i
Semi Lauter
NEW-MAKE STRENGTH i
72%
SPIRIT STILL CHARGE (L) i
8,200
SPIRIT STILL SHAPE i
Straight Ogee
SPIRIT STILL SIZE (L) i
12,284
STILLS i
2 (1 wash, 1 spirit)
WASH STILL CHARGE (L) i
13,500
WASH STILL SHAPE i
Lomond
WASH STILL SIZE (L) i
16,500
WASHBACK CHARGE (L) i
13,500
WASHBACK SIZE (L) i
24,000
WASHBACK TYPE i
Steel
WASHBACKS i
8
WATER SOURCE i
Lingro Burn
WORT CLARITY i
Clear
YEAST TYPE i
Anchor dried
OWNERS

Pernod Ricard logo
PARENT COMPANY

Pernod Ricard
2005 - present
CURRENT OWNER

Chivas Brothers Holdings
PREVIOUS OWNERS

Allied Domecq
1994 - 2005
Allied Lyons
1987 - 1994
Hiram Walker & Sons
1954 - 1987
Bloch Brothers
1936 - 1954
Scapa Distillery Co
1919 - 1934
Macfarlane & Townsend
1885 - 1919

PROFILE
HISTORY
TIMELINE
OWNERS
AMBASSADOR PROFILE

BLENDED SCOTCH WHISKY

Ambassador is a discontinued export blend first created by Glasgow blender Taylor & Ferguson Ltd, which was a big success in the US but unknown elsewhere. Over the years it was available as De Luxe, De Luxe 8-year-old, 12-year-old and Royal 12- and 25-year-old. It is likely that the constituent malts included Scapa and Glen Scotia at some point due to the brand’s ownership. It is not known what its make-up was and is very much an auction item now.


Blended
AMBASSADOR HISTORY

Taylor & Ferguson Ltd was incorporated as a blender in 1931 and its history is entwined with two distilling companies, one Scottish and the other Canadian. The company’s major brand was Ambassador blended Scotch, and as blending company Bloch Brothers expanded its business after WWII, Taylor & Ferguson Ltd was absorbed.

Ambassador was then bottled for export either under the Bloch Brothers name, or Taylor & Ferguson’s. In 1954 Bloch Brothers was acquired by Canadian group Hiram Walker & Sons after the Bloch brothers decided that distilling was not for them. A failed attempt to resurrect Glengyle distillery in Campbeltown had affected them and they were both getting on in life.

The tagline on the 1970s labels was ‘Scotch at its World’s Lightest’, and Ambassador continued to be available, principally in the US, until the late 1980s.

TIMELINE

1931
Taylor & Ferguson is incorporated as a blending company
1941
Sir Maurice and Joseph Bloch register the company Bloch Brothers (Distillers) Ltd.
1948
Bloch Bros importers, Jardine Liquor Company, advertise Ambassador whisky in major US periodicals such as Life magazine
1954
Bloch Brothers (Distillers) Ltd is taken over by Hiram Walker & Sons, acquiring Scotia and Scapa distilleries and all brands including the Ambassador brand
2010
Bloch Brothers (Distillers) Ltd is liquidated and voluntarily dissolved
2011
Taylor & Ferguson Ltd is liquidated and voluntarily dissolved
OWNERS

Hiram Walker & Sons logo
PARENT COMPANY

Hiram Walker & Sons
CURRENT OWNER

Taylor & Ferguson
PREVIOUS OWNER

Bloch Brothers




Once boasting the longest fermentation time in the industry at 120 hours, although the introduction of a seven-day distilling week has reduced this to up to 70 hours, Scapa's fruitiness remains prominent in the wash, and is further refined by distillation in a Lomond-style still. These stills were designed in the late 1950s in an attempt to create multiple different flavours from a single pot. The barrel-like necks contained moveable copper baffle plates which could be manipulated to create different levels of reflux. Today the plates have been removed, but the amount of copper in the necks is still massive. A purifier pipe increases reflux even further, and adds its usual oiliness. The result is one of the juiciest new makes in Scotland, a character that is enhanced by maturation in American oak and refill casks.  


BRANDS PRODUCED HERE
Calchou


By the end of the 19th century there were three distilleries operational on Orkney: Highland Park, Stromness (both of which dated from the early part of the century) and, from 1885, Scapa. Any distillery built at this time was free to try and exploit the growing interest in blends. Scapa was no different. Indeed, it was built by a blender, Glasgow’s John Townsend. It was damaged by fire in 1919, but rebuilt. In 1936 it was bought by Bloch Bros. [see Glen Scotia, Glengyle] who ran it for close on two decades before selling up to Hiram Walker which through mergers ended up as Allied Distillers. In 1959 a Lomond still was installed which ran as intended until 1979.

Production ceased in 1994 with occasional runs being done by the crew from Highland Park. In 2004, however it was released as single malt and a major refurbishment of the distillery began. In 2005 it became part of the Pernod Ricard stable and the refurbishment was completed. The new owners redesigned the packaging of the single malt and upped the age from 14 years to 16.

In 2015 a visitor’s centre was opened and the introduction of a new, extended range was announced.

TIMELINE

1885
Scapa distillery is opened in Orkney by Macfarlane & Townsend
1919
The distillery is sold to the Scapa Distillery Co, but is damaged by fire in the same year
1934
Scapa Distilling Co. goes into liquidation and distilling ceases at the site
1936
Production resumes following the buy out by Bloch Brothers
1954
The business is sold to Canadian group Hiram Walker
1959
Hiram Walker rebuilds the distillery and installs a Lomond still
1987
Allied Lyons (later Allied Domecq) purchases Hiram Walker
1979
The Lomond still is decommissioned
1994
Scapa distillery is mothballed, although occasional runs are completed by the nearby Highland Park team
2004
A £2.1 million refurbishment project takes place; Scapa 14 Year Old is launched
2005
Refurbishment complete, Scapa becomes part of Pernod Ricard's portfolio after the group purchases Allied Domecq
2015
The distillery opens its first visitors' centre in April
SCAPA FACTS

CAPACITY (MLPA) i
1
CONDENSER TYPE i
Shell and tube
FERMENTATION TIME i
52-70hrs
GRIST WEIGHT (T) i
2.9
HEAT SOURCE i
Diesel fuelled steam boiler
MALT SPECIFICATION i
Unpeated
MALT SUPPLIER i
Simpsons
MASH TUN TYPE i
Semi Lauter
NEW-MAKE STRENGTH i
72%
SPIRIT STILL CHARGE (L) i
8,200
SPIRIT STILL SHAPE i
Straight Ogee
SPIRIT STILL SIZE (L) i
12,284
STILLS i
2 (1 wash, 1 spirit)
WASH STILL CHARGE (L) i
13,500
WASH STILL SHAPE i
Lomond
WASH STILL SIZE (L) i
16,500
WASHBACK CHARGE (L) i
13,500
WASHBACK SIZE (L) i
24,000
WASHBACK TYPE i
Steel
WASHBACKS i
8
WATER SOURCE i
Lingro Burn
WORT CLARITY i
Clear
YEAST TYPE i
Anchor dried
OWNERS

Pernod Ricard logo
PARENT COMPANY

Pernod Ricard
2005 - present
CURRENT OWNER

Chivas Brothers Holdings
PREVIOUS OWNERS

Allied Domecq
1994 - 2005
Allied Lyons
1987 - 1994
Hiram Walker & Sons
1954 - 1987
Bloch Brothers
1936 - 1954
Scapa Distillery Co
1919 - 1934
Macfarlane & Townsend
1885 - 1919
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