Founded by the Duke of Sutherland in 1819, the Clynelish Distillery is steeped in history and full of flavour.
Clynelish is delighted to be taking part in the first ever Highland Whisky Festival on the 12th May - for more information on events and tickets visit: www.highlandwhiskyfestival.co.uk
Clynelish Distillery is located at the popular coastal holiday town of Brora, around one hour north of Inverness, with beautiful views of the North Sea and the hills to the north. Here, the Clynemilton burn runs over seams of gold in the rock. With this water, the distillery produces a fruity, waxy, slightly smoky single malt Scotch whisky from six traditional copper stills and is used extensively for blending. Clynelish 14-year-old Highland single malt Scotch whisky is also available at the distillery and selected outlets in bottles which feature the distillery symbol, a wildcat.
Clynelish Distillery offers a variety of tours including private and group bookings. A warm welcome awaits every visitor to Sutherland's only distillery.
Taste of Clynelish Tour £12 Book Now: A guided tour of the Clynelish distillery with beautiful views of the North Sea and northern hills where the Clynemilton burn runs over seams of gold in the rock. Enjoy with a dram of Clynelish 14 Year Old, Clynelish Distillery Only Cask Strength Edition and Johnnie Walker Gold Reserve.
Taste of the Highlands Tour £45 Book Now: An extended guided tour of the Clynelish Distillery with tasting of the Highlands. The tasting includes the Clynelish 14 year old, Clynelish Distillery Only Cask Strength Edition, Johnnie Walker Gold Reserve as well as sampling and tasting direct from casks of Clynelish 1988 and Teaninich 1985.
The Clynelish Experience £70 Book Now: An extended guided tour of the Clynelish Distillery with a full tasting experience. The tasting includes the Clynelish 14 Year Old, Clynelish Distillery Only Edition, sampling and tasting direct from a duty paid cask of Clynelish 1988 and Clynelish Select Reserve.
Getting there by Road
Clynelish is signposted 1 mile north of Brora on the A9 Inverness to Thurso road.