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Built in 1896, the Glenlee was one of ten steel sailing ships commissioned by Archibald Sterling & Co. While in service, she circumnavigated the globe four times, and passed through the storms of Cape Horn fifteen times. In 1922, she was purchased by the Spanish Navy and turned into a training vessel. By the 1980s, she was left completely forgotten in Seville Harbour, only to be re-discovered and rescued from dereliction by the Clyde Maritime Trust in 1992. Today she stands fully restored, on the Clyde, right next to the Riverside Museum at Glasgow Harbour, and is now a museum ship known as The Tall Ship.


To honour the great origins of the historic ship, we present you with a quality blend of Scotch whisky, matured in the finest oak casks. Sales of this whisky will help maintain the Glenlee.


Product Specifications

Age        3 Years

Bottle    70 cl

ABV       40%


Tasting notes

Malty, soft spices on the nose. Aromatic and creamy.

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