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Lindores Abbey is officially recognised site of the first recorded distillation of Scotch whisky. It was back in 1494 that King James IV commissioned Brother John Cor at Lindores Abbey to make aqua vitae with eight bolls of malt. After a break of almost 523 years the stills at Lindores Abbey Distillery are flowing. Twenty years in the making and we can now enjoy a whisky again from where it all began.

Distilled, matured and bottled in Scotland low land region this whisky has spent it’s years maturing in ex-bourbon, ex-sherry, and STR ex-Burgundy red wine casks. This whisky is packed full of flavour. Bottled at 46% ABV and available in limited numbers.

Our Tasting Notes
Nose: Delightfully malty and fresh, creamy highland toffee bars, hazelnuts and vanilla. Orchard fruits and puff pastry, some dried fig and fresh blueberries, subtle floral notes with dark chocolate and a sprinkle of sea salt.

Palate: Creamy and oily, first up is the wonderful spices of clove and nutmeg, creamy caramel and vanilla, baked apple, dark fruits and some digestive biscuit. Orchard fruits and dark chocolate with a touch of orange zest.

Finish: Medium to long, ripe orchard fruits accompanies anise, menthol and drying oak.