McClelland's Speyside Single Malt - Generic Speysider
McClelland's was established in 1818 in Glasgow as a whisky blender and exporter. In 1970 it was purchased by Stanley P. Morrison, later to become Morrison Bowmore. They bottle a range of single malts … read more
McClelland's Lowland Single Malt - Mclelland's Lowland Single Malt
McLellands' Lowland is a budget single malt scotch. Not a bad deal for someone getting into single malts. It has a sweet peppery start and a medium finish with hints of minerals. It is not very well b… read more
McClelland's Islay - Great 5yr old Bowmore
Peat, smoke, earthy dominate this young Bowmore Islay, strong young alcohol gives way to peat, smokey malty grain goodness. Medium slow finish.
McClelland's Islay Single Malt - First of our Islay Theme
Old gold in colour and very shiny. Light smoke and a touch of pungent bog aromas. Smooth, with like 8 o's (that's smooooooooth), and soft. Flavours are burnt cherry wood. Short finish and we are off… read more
McClelland's Islay - my first Islay
my first ever whiskey review, i found this to be quite enjoyable even at its young age. good enough to get me interested in exploring the whiskey world.
McClelland's Islay Single Malt - Budget Bowmore?
McClelland is a range of whiskies marketed by Morrison Bowmore Distillers Ltd, known also for their Bowmore, Auchentoshan and Glen Garioch. They purchased T&A McClelland’s, a blender from Glasgow, in 1970… read more
McClelland's Islay Single Malt - Everyday Islay
Intro: McClelland's Islay label is whisky produced at the Bowmore distilleries on Islay. The McClelland's Islay Single Malt Whisky is listed at 5 years old. Nose: Medicinal, moderate peat, some sea s… read more
McClelland's Highland Single Malt - Decent but not Dramatic
This was another budget malt under the McClelland label which go for around $US 25 in my neck of the woods. They also bottle a Lowland, Speyside and Islay version which I hope to try and review at some… read more