The Signatory Vintage. The first Signatory was a Glenlivet from 1968. But before any celebrity was found, the bottles had long been sold on the market. Only the company name now reminds of the idea of the signed bottles.was founded in 1988 by Andrew Symington and his brother. At the beginning Symington wanted to get the signature of a celebrity on each bottle, hence the name
Until 1992 the company had its seat in Leith, a Scottish harbour town near Edinburgh. After the company had expanded hugely and therefore needed a better connection to the infrastructure, they moved to Edinburgh. In the new company buildings Signatory began to bottle whiskies by themselves, for which a semi-automatic bottling plant was built.
In 1997 Andrew Symington paid off his brother and since then has been managing the company on his own.
The bottlings ofare always naturally coloured.
The Signatory is bottled at 43% , an agreeable drinking strength that makes these easily accessible for newbies.' series of
The malts from the Un-Chillflitered Collection are unchillfiltered and therefore always bottled at 46% abv.
Only bottled for this series. These special malts are filled in heavy decanters and are distributed in black, elliptic metal tubes., whiskies are