Gulp a glass of the Gaul­drons

Campbeltown Courier - - DISTRICTS -

A WHISKY bot­tler try­ing to tap into the pop­u­lar­ity of Camp­bel­town malts has re­leased a sin­gle cask bot­tling named Gaul­drons.

Glas­gow firm Dou­glas Laing & Co has added its branded ‘Camp­bel­town’ whisky, as the sixth in its re­gional malt range although it is not yet listed on the firm’s web­site.

The firm claims Gaul­drons takes its name from ‘dark sandy coves’ in Camp­bel­town.

The pack­ag­ing and la­bel shows a spi­der at­tempt­ing to build a web re­peat­edly which in­spired Robert the Bruce to fight for his throne and who, ac­cord­ing to leg­end, shel­tered in the Gaul­drons Bay.


Gaul­drons Bay wall­pa­per in Bob Miller’s Sound of Kin­tyre bath­room.

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