The 2021 winners of the Scottish Field Whisky Challenge have been revealed!
Our judges chose their top whiskies in each category to go through to the Grand Final.
The line-up also included the winning whisky from last year, the top bottles from the summer challenge and the top three winners of the readers’ challenge.
The summer challenge and readers’ winners were:
Under £50 award: Whisky Row, Rich and Spicy Batch 2, Gleann Mor Spirits.
£50-£100 award: Strahisla eDIstillery Reserve 16-Year-Old.
Over £100 Gold Award: Tamdhu Iain Whitecross, Tamdhu Distillery.
Gold award: Loch Fyne Bunnahabhain 14-Year-Old, Loch Fyne Whiskies.
Under £50 –
Bronze: Adelphi Private Reserve Cask Strength, Adelphi Distillery.
Silver: Fettercairn 12-Year-Old, Whyte & Mackay.
Gold: Aberfeldy 12-Year-Old, Dewar’s Aberfeldy.
Bronze: Royal Brackla 12-Year-Old, John Dewar & Sons.
Silver: Loch Fyne Bunnahabhain 14-Year-Old, Loch Fyne Whiskies.
Gold: Edradour UCF 2011, Signatory Vintage.
Over £100 –
Bronze: Glenfarclas 185th Anniversary, J&G Grant.
Silver: Tamdhu Iain Whitecross Single Cask, Tamdhu Distillery.
Gold: North Star Glenrothes 12-Year-Old, North Star Spirits.
Bronze: Poit Dhubh – Pràban na Linne Ltd, Gaelic Whiskies.
Silver: Monkey Shoulder, William Grant & Sons.
Gold: John Walker & Sons Celebratory Blend, Johnnie Walker – Diageo.
Scottish Field Distillery Bottling of the Year 2021: Royal Brackla 12-Year-Old, John Dewar & Sons.
Scottish Field Independent Bottling of the Year 2021: Edradour UCF 2011, Signatory Vintage.
Scottish Field 2021 Grand Final Whisky of the Year: Edradour UCF 2011, Signatory Vintage.