Killyloch (silent)

Another distillery known and bottled under many names (Also Glen Flagler and Islebrae) Built in 1965 by Inver House Distillers and now a long silent distillery and once neighbour of the other famous closed Lowland distilleries of Kinclaith, Rosebank, Littlemill and Saint Magdalene. The Glen Flagler and Killyloch 'distilleries' were not traditional buildings like Auchentoshan or Glenkinchie, but sets of stills within another distillery - in this case the Moffat grain whisky distillery, east of Glasgow which also produced the Garnheath grain Whisky. The Killyloch stills ceased production in the early 1970's, Glen Flagler and Garnheath followed a decade later. Islebrae was the name given to the peated version of the malt.

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  1. Lowlands distillery Killyloch fell silent in 1986 and this special release was produced from the very last six casks available of which yielded just 371 bottles. An extreme collectable and something we expect to do very well in the future as interest ... Click for more info
    • Distillery
    • Killyloch (silent)

    • Description
    • Limited Edition

    • Cask Wood
    • Oak

    • Packaging
    • Wooden Box

    • Bottler
    • Distillery

    • Age
    • 36 year old

    • Vintage
    • 1967

    • Year Bottled
    • 2003

    • Cask Strength
    • Yes

    • HTFW Cat. No.
    • LP2734

  2. Killyloch was a very shortlived distillery that begain production in 1965 and stopped in the early 1970s. This is one of only a very few versions of Killyloch ever released and is highly prized by serious collectors ... Click for more info
    • Distillery
    • Killyloch (silent)

    • Description
    • Signatory Vintage - Miniature

    • Cask Wood
    • Sherry

    • Packaging
    • Satin Lined Box

    • Bottler
    • Signatory

    • Age
    • 22 year old

    • Vintage
    • 1972

    • Year Bottled
    • 1994

    • Cask Strength
    • Yes

    • HTFW Cat. No.
    • LP1239

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