About the Distillery
This Highland distillery is named after a local farm and was established in 1819. The distillery like many others was closed during the Great Depression but re-opened in a new building in 1975 as Brora Distillery.
Owned by Diageo the distillery collects its water from Clynemilton Burn and produces 4.2 million litres of new make spirit annually, this is one of the highest producers of any of the Scottish distilleries.
Clynelish distillery sits in the landscape of rugged mountains and moors which is a great place to mature good scotch whisky.
Characteristics of this whisky would show dry and cool, rugged flavours, robust and flavoursome with malted barley.