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Clynelish Distillery Visitors Guide
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Visiting Clynelish Distillery

Visiting the Clynelish Distillery is an unforgettable experience. Located in Scotland's beautiful Highlands, this distillery produces some of the best whisky and other spirits around, making it a must-see for any fan of alcoholic beverages. With its stunning views during tours and access to exceptional whiskeys produced onsite, you'll quickly be drawn into ancient traditions while still enjoying modern conveniences such as complimentary samples at each tour station. Tours are offered throughout the week for both individuals or groups looking to learn more about Scotch Whisky production processes from traditional methods through state-of-the art equipment that finely balances flavor profiles with age old secrets; leaving visitors feeling satisfied in their understanding due to expert guides who know all there is to say about Clynelish Distillery products!

In 1819 the Clynelish Brora Distillery was established by George Granville and Leveson-Gower, the distillery was initially intended to take some proportion of local whisky supply away from the smugglers.

In 1896, James Ainslie & Heilbron, a Glasgow-based blending company, acquired the distillery and rebuilt it.

Brora still retains the floor malting's and kiln that were then installed.

‘Old’ Clynelish was reopened by Diageo as Brora and starts using a very peaty malt over the next couple of years, then in May of 1983,Clynelish Brora Distillery closed, the buildings that made up the distillery are now used by the new Clynelish distillery as a visitor centre and warehouse.

Clynelish remains active with a large capacity of 4.2m litres per annum, in October 2017 Diageo said it was going to revive the closed Brora Distillery, the new Clynelish Brora Distillery is due for completion in 2020.


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  • Clynelish Distillery Postcode KW9 6LR
  • Clynelish Distillery Geolocation 58.024582° N Longitude -3.868194° W
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Clynelish Distillery offers a unique whisky-making experience that is unrivalled. As one of the oldest distilleries in Scotland, it has produced some of the best whiskies on offer and continues to do so today. The Clynelish Distillery Guide provides an insight into its history as well as detailed information about its production process and range of products. It also explains how each bottle reflects traditional Highland craftsmanship - from hand-crafted maltings to copper stills used for aging casks over decades. Experience all this first hand with exclusive tours led by knowledgeable guides who will share their expertise throughout your visit! With plenty of interactive activities, tastings & more included in every tour – you won’t want to miss out!

Top Attractions In And Around Clynelish Distillery

Clynelish Distillery is located in Brora, Scotland, an area rich in natural beauty and historical sites. While the distillery itself is a highlight, there are several other attractions in the vicinity worth exploring:

  1. Clynelish Distillery Tour: Begin with a tour of the distillery itself to learn about the whisky-making process and the history of Clynelish. Enjoy tasting sessions and discover the art of whisky production.

  2. Dunrobin Castle: This stunning castle is a short drive from Clynelish. It’s one of the oldest inhabited houses in Scotland and offers beautiful gardens, falconry displays, and incredible architecture.

  3. Brora Beach: Enjoy a relaxing stroll or picnic at Brora Beach, known for its scenic beauty and tranquility. It's a perfect spot for unwinding after visiting the distillery.

  4. Glenmorangie Distillery: If you're a whisky enthusiast, a visit to the nearby Glenmorangie Distillery is a must. They offer tours and tastings of their renowned single malt whiskies.

  5. Ben Bhraggie: A hill near Golspie with a monument dedicated to the Duke of Sutherland. The walk up offers stunning views of the surrounding landscape.

  6. Falls of Shin: About a 40-minute drive from Clynelish, these waterfalls are known for salmon jumping during certain times of the year. It’s a lovely place for a nature walk.

  7. Highland Wildlife Park: Located near Kingussie, this park is about an hour's drive away. It's home to a variety of animals, including Scottish wildlife like red deer, wildcats, and more.

  8. Dornoch: Visit the charming town of Dornoch with its historic cathedral, beautiful beach, and the Royal Dornoch Golf Club, one of the world's finest golf courses.

These attractions offer a mix of history, natural beauty, and leisure activities, making your visit to Clynelish Distillery and its surroundings a well-rounded experience.

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