Glenflagler distillery

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The remaining buildings of the distillery

Glenflagler Distillery, (also known as Glen Flagler) located in Airdrie, North Lanarkshire, Scotland, produced the Lowland single malt whisky Glen Flagler.

Glen Flagler distillation commenced on 25 February 1965 and the distillery was subsequently closed in July 1985. The Glen Flagler brand has subsequently been reformed under new ownership, and using a blend of Scotch whiskies to recreate the original flavours. [1] [2]

Glen Flagler was used in the Hankey Bannister 40 Year old blend, which was voted the world's best blended Scotch whisky at the World Whiskies Awards [3]

Collectable Bottles[edit]

Its aged bottles command prices between $600-$1500, and it is sold as a collectable whisky in auction houses such as Christie's and Bonhams [4][5][6]

Sponsorship Activities[edit]

Glen Flager is a primary sponsor of several major sporting and cultural events. It sponsors the St Lucia Sailing Cup in the Caribbean,[7].

It is also the organiser and sponsor of the Fiji Rugby Masters. [8] [9]


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  3. ^ "Hankey bannister voted worlds best scotch blended whisky at world whisky awards - News — Hankey Bannister". Archived from the original on 18 October 2014. Retrieved 12 October 2014.
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  5. ^ "Glenflagler--23 year-old". Retrieved 12 October 2014.
  6. ^ "Bonhams : Glen Flagler-1973". Retrieved 12 October 2014.
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Coordinates: 55°51′47″N 03°55′36″W / 55.86306°N 3.92667°W / 55.86306; -3.92667