Having produced gin right next to the historic Stirling castle since mid-2019, Stirling Distillery co-founders Cameron and June McCann are now turning their hand to whisky, producing two single cask whiskies, named after Stirlingshire distilleries which were in operation in the 18th and early 19th century – Cashly and Arngibbon.
The Sons of Scotland range features four whiskies drawn from diﬀerent regions of Scotland; the Highlands, Speyside, the Lowlands, and the Islands. The Cashly is sourced from a Highlands distillery, while the Arngibbon comes from Speyside. Both whiskies have been matured in ex-bourbon hogsheads for 8 years.
“We’re pleased and proud to be releasing whisky from The Castle Rock. What makes us especially excited about our Sons of Scotland range is the chance to start a new chapter in Stirling’s whisky history while celebrating Stirlingshire’s rich whiskymaking heritage.” says Cameron.
The Distillery already produces a fantastic range of Scottish Gins, including the popular Pink Lady Gin, which was launched at the end of 2020.
Read more about their gins and new whiskies on their website.