One of the joys of Glen Mhor is that it was bottled as a single malt. Not just by the independent bottlers, with Gordon & MacPhail still bottling it today - a 1966 if you've got deep pockets. The owners, Mackinlays & Birnie, bottled it on a sustained basis in the form of a 6 and 10 year old expressions, through the 1960s and into the 1970s.
The main market was a local one with Glen Mhor being popular within Inverness and the surrounding area. Support and buy local. This is shown in adverts from 1972, which is the tail-end of releasing these whiskies (we'll talk more about this in tomorrow's post).
Taken from the Aberdeen Press & Journal, they hint that the popularity of Glen Mhor was more widespread than just the city of Inverness. And international markets were on the agenda with Italy being a source of unopened 10 year old bottles to this day.
We've added both of these rather simple adverts to our Documents section.