McGibbon's Premium Reserve Blended Scotch Whisky in No 1 Widebody Golf Club Shaped Decanter from 1990s (70cl, 43%)
This limited edition Premium Reserve Blended Scotch Whisky was bottled by Douglas McGibbon in avintage ceramic No 1 Widebody Golf Club Shaped 70 cl Decanter. 70cl, Presented In unique green wooden frame.
Part of McGibbon's Golf Range which earned Douglas Laing the Queen’s Award for Export Achievement in 1990.
Douglas McGibbon & Co were established in 1947 becoming a subsidiary of independent bottler, Douglas Laing, in 1950. They are perhaps best known for their McGibbon's blend and its golf-themed decanters, but for many years produced this Provenance brand for single malts as well. When Douglas Laing was carved up between brothers Stewart and Fred in 2013, the McGibbon's and Provenance brands were retained by Fred as part of Douglas Laing firm, with other notable labels such as the Old Malt Cask going the other way, to Stewart's newly founded Hunter Laing. Nowadays the Provenance brand is part of the main Douglas Laing portfolio, with Douglas McGibbon the named bottler on Clan Denny releases.
To coincide with the 2014 Ryder Cup at Gleneagles Douglas Laing re-launched their McGibbon's Golf Range which earned Douglas Laing the Queen’s Award for Export Achievement in 1990. Uniting Scotland’s heritage of golf and Scotch Whisky, both are Small Batch specialist bottlings at 43% alcohol strength which are hand-bottled into limited edition ceramic decanters.
Douglas Laing Mcgibbon’s Golf Club Special Reserve Appeared in the 1970s, scotch mixed with Mcgibbon is bottle in the famous decanters of the famous Scotland. It is matured in a combination of 3 types of barrels of Bourbon and Oloroso sherry.