Clynelish

    Clynelish Distillery was built in 1819 by the Marquess of Stafford. In 1968, a second larger distillery was built across the road and the original distillery subsequently closed, though it reopened again in 1969 under the name Brora Distillery until the early 1980’s.

    Around 95% of the whisky produced at Clynelish Distillery is used in Johnnie Walker, with John Walker & Son having acquired Clynelish Distillery in 1916. John Walker & Son combined with the Distillers Company 1925, which was acquired by Guinness in 1986. Clynelish Distillery therefore became part of United Distillers in 1987 when Guinness merged Distillers Company and Arthur Bell & Sons, leading to the 1991 Flora and Fauna bottling.

  • Clynelish 14 Years

    Clynelish 14 Years

    Highland ABV 43%
  • Clynelish 1982 – 15 years

    Clynelish 1982 – 15 years

    Highland ABV 57.7%