Brora

Founded in 1819 as Clynelish by the Marquess of Stafford, soon Duke of Sutherland. It cost just £750 to build. This would barely buy half a bottle today! One of Scotland's earliest purpose-built malt whisky distilleries. Leased to James Harper, then Andrew Ross and George Lawson – all of whom were local men, it was then sold in 1896 to Leith blenders, Ainslie & Co. "A singularly valuable property, as the make has always obtained the highest price of any single Scotch whisky" Harper's Weekly 1896.
It was rebuilt and had steam power introduced in 1897.
The old distillery re-opened in 1969 to produce a heavily peated “Islay style” malt for blending during a shortage. Now named Brora. Closed in 1983. As a big whisky, well suited to long ageing in cask; only very small stocks now remain.
Brora
Please note that there is currently no stock available
Shop

Shop

Shop more wines from this region.

Browse Latest Offers

Browse Latest Offers

What is newly released? Find it here!

Broking list gems

Broking list gems

Unearth those hidden gems through our Broking List.

Our Producers

Our Producers

Scroll through our great Producer talent.