This extremely rare 20 year old Lowland single malt was produced at the Inverleven distillery, using the Lomond still, in April 1972 and was bottled for The Scotch Malt Whisky Society in August 1992.
The Lomond still at the Inverleven distillery was installed in 1956 and predominantly used for producing whisky for blends; they only ever released two single malts from the Lomond still, both being SMWS bottlings. Lomond production was to cease completely in 1985 when it was mothballed - with the still eventually ending up at Bruichladdich in 2010 for use in production of their Botanist Gin.
This is the first ever release of single malt from the said Lomond still, which was bottled as Society Cask No. 98.1 at a natural strength 58.3% ABV.
Supplied in excellent condition. Needless to say, this is a grand piece of Scotch whisky history.