Built in 1967 in a rural setting in the Northern Highlands opposite its now-silent sister distillery, Brora, Clynelish has continued to produce a muscular, slightly peaty whisky much valued by blenders – it is one of the base spirits for the excellent Johnnie Walker Gold Label. Interestingly, the distillery building is an exact replica of Caol ... Read More »
A 17 year old Clynelish 'released' as a Manager's Dram. These whisky was selected by the manager and bottles were generally given to workers and friends of the distillery, meaning that they're rather good and not all that common.
An old 1970s cask-strength bottling of Clynelish. These cask strength bottlings were done in the early 1970s, meaning that the spirit was distilled at the old Clynelish distillery - now known as Brora.