The current Clynelish distillery was built in 1967 in the town of Brora, on the North-East coast of Scotland, part of the Highland region. The original distillery, renamed Brora, was closed down in the 1980s. Clynelish is very highly regarded by it’s owner Diageo and is used as the base for many of their world-famous blends. The make is described as honey-waxy. Many writers also comment that it has the character of an island malt, perhaps because of the distillery's proximity to the sea.
Only 243 bottles from cask no. 6413 American oak hogshead, previously filled with Bourbon.
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