On 24 May 1895, a new grocers shop opened on South Street in Elgin. One of the first new employees was John Urquhart, a 15-year-old who was serving his apprenticeship under owners James Gordon and Alexander MacPhail. When MacPhail retired in 1915, Urquhart became a partner and then sole partner when Gordon passed away two weeks later. Since then, his family has run the company.

With the fourth generation now in charge, Gordon & MacPhail continues to grow. While the grocers is still on South Street, it is the company's whisky business that is its focus. Along with an award-winning and widely respected range of single cask bottlings, G&M also owns Benromach distillery and produces a wide range of single malt expressions.

With such a long history behind it, G&M has some of the most impressive archives in the whisky business. With almost 100 years of bottlings available to them, we look forward to seeing what they will bring along to the Old & Rare show.

PRELIMINARY LINE-UP BOTTLES AND PRICES SUBJECT TO CHANGE

  • Mortlach 1936 45yo Bottled 1981

    Mortlach 1936 45yo Bottled 1981 £80 per 1CL

  • Speymalt Macallan 1950 59yo Bottled 2009

    Speymalt Macallan 1950 59yo Bottled 2009 £70 per 1CL

  • Linkwood 1939 Bottled 1980’s

    Linkwood 1939 Bottled 1980’s £35 per 1CL

  • G&M Long Pond 1941 58yo Rum Bottled 1999

    G&M Long Pond 1941 58yo Rum Bottled 1999 £15 per 1CL

  • Longmorn 1966 Private Collection Bottled 2019

    Longmorn 1966 Private Collection Bottled 2019 £60 per 1CL

  • Brora 1982 Bottled 2000’s

    Brora 1982 Bottled 2000’s £10 per 1CL

  • Glen Grant 1949 13yo Drawn 1962

    Glen Grant 1949 13yo Drawn 1962 £20 per 1CL

  • Glenlivet 1938 35yo Drawn 1973

    Glenlivet 1938 35yo Drawn 1973 £25 per 1CL

  • Tamdhu 1964 4yo Drawn 1968

    Tamdhu 1964 4yo Drawn 1968 £15 per 1CL

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