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The first reference in old documents to Scotch whisky is that in which the Lindores abbey in the Lowlands is mentioned with the date 1494. Distilling whisky at that time was often still done by monks. For centuries afterwards, no whisky was distilled in or near the abbey. But since 2018, new make spirit has been flowing from the copper stills of Lindores Abbey Distillery, spirit distilled from regional barley. And in 2021 the first bottlings of Lindores Abbey single malt whisky appeared.
Where monks once distilled whisky in the Lindores Abbey in the Lowlands, now, since 2018, spirit flows from the stills of the Lindores Abbey Distillery. Lindores single malt whisky is on the market since 2021. This edition matured in a bourbon cask. 60.1%
With a little fantasy you could call Lindores the oldest Scotch whisky brand, but it is only after centuries that single malt whisky is released again under the Lindores brand: since 2021. This Friar John Cor matured in peated rum and other casks. (60.9%)
The new Lindores Abbey Distillery in the Scottish Lowlands distills its single malt whisky from regional barley. This results in bottlings like this one that aged in 3 different types of cask: bourbon, sherry and barrique (wine). That makes curious! (46%)
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