Found the following list of "Alias Drams" at http://www.smwhisky.com
. Alas, it does not answer your question, but I post it here as an aside to it. I wouldn't take it as gospel--these things change, depending on what the bottler can get cheap, and I'll bet that Glen Parker
is an anything-goes malt. I look askance at "Glen Nowhere" labels like this, as I think they are misleading to less knowledgeable consumers, being packaged to look like distillery offerings from distilleries that don't exist.
Sorry it's a bit tough to read--no frames.
Alias Dram Distillery
An Cnoc Knockdhu
Braeval Braes of Glenlivet
Dun Bheagan Lagavulin
Finlaggan Lagavulin Caol Ila
Glen Deveron Macduff
Glen Flagler Moffett
Glenisla Glen Keith
Glen Whatever a generic blending malt bottled as a single
Inchmurrin Loch Lomond
(The) Ileach Lagavulin
Lismore Glenrothes 5 yo
Loch Dhu Mannochmore
Loch Indaal Bruichladdich
McClelland's Lowland Auchentoshan 5 yo
McClelland's Highland Glen Garioch 5 yo
McClelland's Islay Bowmore 5 yo
Old Man of Hoy Highland Park
Rhosdhu Loch Lomand
Port Charlotte Bruichladdich
Prime Malt No 1
(15 yo Islay) Bunnahabhain (current) Laphroaig (late 70s) Port Ellen ?
Signatory Island Highland Park 7 yo
Signatory Islay Laphroaig 5 yo?
Lagavulin 5 yo?
Signatory Mull Tobermoray
Signatory Speyside Glen Moray 8 yo Longmorn 8 yo Glenrothes 7,8 yo
Signatory Lowland Auchentoshan