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Scapa Whisky


Scapa Whisky

The bay of Scapa Flow lies with the Orkney Mainland to the North and South Ronaldsay and Hoy to the East and West respectively. The bay is of considerable historic significance, having been a naval base for the British fleet during both World Wars. During the First World War, the Grand Fleet employed the bay as their Northern base and during the Second World War a German U-Boat entered the bay and subsequently sank the HMS Royal Oak.

The Scapa whisky distillery had been distilling since long before, having been founded by Macfarlane and Townsend in 1885. The little huddle of buildings lies just outside of Kirkwall at Scapa Bay, and the distillery draws its waters from the Lingro Burn. Scapa distillery is decidedly small with a total capacity of one million litres annually, though the distillery runs at roughly one third of this with a staff of just three, working three days weekly. Hiram Walker acquired the distillery in 1954 and installed a Lomond still a few years later to replace the wash still. The Lomond still is a comparatively recent innovation and produces a heavier, oilier spirit.

During the 1970s, Scapa was renovated and modernized. Malt whisky from Scapa has long since been used as a blending component and it is notably used in Ballantines blends. Despite this, single malt whisky from the distillery is highly prized and under its new owners, Chivas Brothers, Scapa is being marketed as a premium product. The distillery was mothballed in 1994 and did not reopen until a decade later, though during its closure staff from nearby Highland Park ran the distillery for a few months.
  • Ballantines 17 years Signature Distillery Scapa Blended Scotch Whisky 43
    Item no.: 505956-498796-722
    Distillery: ballantine's Age: 17 years Type: Blended Scotch Whisky Alc. strength: 43 % 70 cl. Other: Signature Distillery - Limited Edition
    • 1pcs.
  • Scapa 10 years Old Version Single Orkney Malt Scotch Whisky 100 cl 43%.
    Item no.: 505956-297182-4
    Scapa 10 Year Old Version Single Orkney Malt Scotch Whisky 100 cl 43%

    Here in a unique edition from the 1980s - from the time when whisky just tasted better. Grab this investment piece before it's too late.

    Distillery: Scapa
    Age: 10 years
    Type: Single Orkney Malt Scotch Whisky
    Alc. strength: 43%
    100 cl.
    Other: Old Version
    • 1pcs.
  • Scapa Skiren Single Orkney Malt Whisky 40%
    Item no.: 22227865436-300
    Distillery: Scapa Skiren - The Orcadian
    Age: NA
    Type: Single Orkney Malt Whisky
    Alc. strength: 40 %
    70 cl.
    Other: Small Batch - aged in used first-fill American oak casks. Batch numbers may vary

    Honey and tropical fruit
    Scapa Skiren is truly a unique, handcrafted Island malt whisky, made on the main island of the Orkney archipelago in the far north of Scotland. Scapa is one of the last manually operated distilleries in Scotland, with only a single pair of stills distilling all their whisky. This way, they stay true to the tradition of producing the small, handcrafted Island malt whisky.

    Scapa Skiren single malt is aged exclusively in first fill American oak casks, which gives the whisky its soft and sweet fruity flavor. It's a flavor you wouldn't normally expect from an Island malt, with a long, refreshing finish. Skiren means 'sparkling clear sky' in Old Norse - a name this whisky certainly deserves.
    • 1pcs.
  • Skara Brae 2002/2019 Coopers Choice 16 years Single Orkney Malt Whisky 54.5% Brae 2002/2019
    Item no.: 22227865392-60001
    Distillery: Skara Brae (Scapa or Highland Park)
    Bottler: The Coopers Choice
    Year: Distilled: August 2002 Bottled: 2019
    Age: 16 years old
    Type: Single Orkney Malt Scotch Whisky
    Cask number/type: Bourbon Cask / Cask No. #77
    Alc. strength: 54.5 %
    Number of bottles: 324 pcs.
    Natural Colour
    70 cl.
    • 1pcs.