Looking for more information about Balblair.
Is it the "best kept secret distillery" or just hard to find out about.
A year ago, one of our whisky club members made the big pilgrimage to Scotland.
With gathered funds of a few of our members, he was instructed to bring back...
"Not something that we'll never have here in the US. Grab us something that the average Joe would keep around".
With that, he comes back with a Balblair '97 and '89.
A great score from what we could tell...we only opend the '97 and quickly killed it I am sorry to say.
The '89 is still around unharmed and we have recently got our paws on another of the '97....just in time as it appears to be endangered.
So, my question is...
Does Balblair distill for blenders?
I am looking for a 3rd bottle to add to our Balblair Feature tasting night.
Could anyone tell us more about Balblair's products. From a Collector standpoint?
Thanks for any input.
A bunch of Yankees thank you in advance for enlightening our accidental discovery of what we hope is a distillery to watch out for!