i drove past it a few weeks ago when i was down on business, and there was a pile of garbage / rubbish just piled up in the courtyard, it looked more like the local dump than a distillery....
Lawrence wrote:I think the owners are beginning to understand what they have, I expect to see more of Glen Scotia in the future, which is great as I really like Glen Scotia.
I really loved the Glen Scotia 14y, and would also like to taste other from this distillery. Too bad they don't help us out much. It would be nice if they'd improve things, or sell so that it can truly give some more whisky life to Campeltown.
glen scotia could a great distillery if they treated it right and put some investment into it.
the heavyly peated 5yo bottle that they brought out was a very good whisky for a 5yo, and it was only £20 odd quid a bottle
the least they could do is give the old lady a lick of paint, it looks bogging driving past and seeing all the angels share on the white paint....
the building should be given listed status and then theyd be forced to do somthing about it
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