Stein Inn



15 yr old   43% abv

Flowery, vanilla and a touch of peat. Smooth and heathery with a little pepper. Long and slightly smoky. (Aperitif and after dinner)

Distiller’s Edition

Exceptionally smooth and full of flavour, this special Dalwhinnie has been finished in the rich Oloroso cask-wood that has been especially selected for it’s fine yet robust balance. Bottled in 2005 and 43% volume. (After dinner)


15 yr old   40% abv

Dry and smoky, this is an important constituent of Diageo’s Bells Blend. (Afternoon)

Glen Devron

12 yr old   40% abv

Dry, malty and warming. (Reviver)


12 yr old   40% abv

Full and clean. Sherryish, heathery, hint of peat. (After dinner)


10 yr old   40% abv

”The spirit of independence”

Distilled and bottle by J & G Grant.  No relation to the Grants of Glenfiddich.

Glenfarclas is under the control of the 6th generation of Grants, and is one of the few distilleries that are truly independent. Glenfarclas means ‘valley of the green grass’. The distillery was originally purchased with a farm and is fair to say was more of a hobby to start with, the farming being the serious business.  The distillery was rebuilt in the late 1800s and from then on Whisky was the serious business.  The family still breed pedigree Aberdeen Angus cattle.  The still house features 6 stills which are the largest on Speyside.  The whisky is distilled twice, and then put into sherry casks for maturation.  There are 52,000 casks maturing in the ‘dunnage’ houses at Glenfarclas.  The tasting room in the distillery is wooden panelling from the RMS Empress of Australia built in 1913.

This is a robust whisky but has the finesse of the classic Speyside malts.  There are sweet malty tones with hints of vanilla and spice to the nose.  On tasting these come out with a light smokiness, which then has long lingering finish. (Wonderful aperitif)


15 year old   46% abv

Oaky with a sent of smoke, well rounded, balanced. (After Dinner)


21 yr old   40% abv

Honied, sweet and drawn out, little hint of smoke, rounded. (After dinner)

Glenfarclas 105

60%   abv

Butterscotch and toffee with a kick, long lingering flavour. (After dinner)

glenfarclas bottle
glenfarclas distillery
glenfarclas barrels


12 yr old   40% abv

Glenfiddich, one of Scotland’s few independently owned distilleries, has become the biggest selling malt whisky in the world. This malt is sweet with white chocolate and toasted hazelnuts. A fragrant and peaty smoke finish. (Anytime)

Caoran Reserve

12 yr old   40% abv

Slightly peppery with a treacle like sweetness. A lively, slightly spicy dram balanced with an edge of sweetness. A mildly smoky, warming finish. The name ‘Caoran’ comes from the Gaelic meaning ‘peat ember’ (Anytime)

Glenfiddich Solera Reserve

15 yr old   40% abv

Smooth and silky with white chocolate, pears and cardamom spice. A creamy finish with a hint of ginger. (Anytime)

Glen Grant

10 yr old   40% abv

A rather fresh whisky, with some fruit dominance. Light becoming nutty with herbal notes, very dry. (Aperitif)

The Glenlivet

12 yr old   40% abv

Smooth and flowery with peach and vanilla. Delicately balanced with a long and warming finish.

From Speyside’s ‘longest glen’ The Glenlivet, 40% abv. The start of it all, the first licensed distillery to legally produce whisky. The water is still drawn from Josie’s well as it was over 200 years ago.

This legendry malt has a nose of summer fruits and pineapple, on the palate it has notes of peaches, pears and vanilla and finishes with almonds and hazelnuts. It is lively to start but doesn’t have a long finish, refreshing, good daytime and aperitif. (Aperitif)

glenlivet bottles
glenlivet barrels

Glen Moray

16 yr old   40% abv

The mouth feel is lightly spiced with a warming and gently mouth watering effect. Malty toffee sweetness is present throughout with blackcurrants and a fragrant citrus lemongrass tang. (Aperitif)


12 yr old   43% abv

Smooth, dry and velvety. Hint of spice. (After dinner)