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From the Scottish border to the old Highland line. These whiskies are regarded as the lighter almost floral malts.
Annandale Distillery back in production
Auchentoshan Bladnoch Daftmill Glenkinchie
The following distilleries have been Lost Forever Demolished
Glen Flagler LFD Inverleven LFD Killyloch LFD Kinclaith LFD
Ladyburn LFD Linlithgow LFD Littlemill LFD Rosebank LFD
St Magdalene LFD
Annandale Distillery A Sleeping Beauty Awakens
Lowland Region Southwest District
Originally Founded in 1830 Closed 1924
Now being restored to former glory
Auchentoshan Scotch Whisky Distillery
This Lowland Malt Distillery rests at the foot of the Old Kilpatrick Hills, overlooking Glasgow and the famous River Clyde, once referred to as Scotland’s gateway to the world.
Originally named the Duntocher Distillery it was established on the Dumbartonshire estate of Auchentoshan in 1823 by John Bulloch.
Bladnoch Scotch Whisky Distillery
The southern most distillery in Scotland Its water is drawn from the nearby River Bladnoch In the pastures around the distillery can be found the Belted Galloway a regional breed of black faced sheep, which is the emblem on the new Bladnoch bottle label.
Daftmill Single Malt Scotch Whisky Distillery
One of Scotland's newest and smallest malt whisky distilleries.
Set in the heart of Fife, using their own barley, grown on the Daftmill Farm, and sparkling water from the distilleries artesian well they are set to produce the finest of malt whiskies.
Glen Flagler and Killyloch Scotch Whisky Distillery
This distillery has one of the shortest life spans of all Scotland’s distilleries.
Inver House (Then a subsidiary of Publicker Industries Philadelphia constructed Glen Flagler distillery within the Moffat grain distillery site at Airdire. This was a new build distillery complex on the site of the former Moffat paper mill.
Glenkinchie Scotch Whisky Distillery
Glenkinchie is one of the last working lowland distilleries left in Scotland. It is located just 15 miles east from Edinburgh on the side of the Lammermuir hills in a region known as the "Garden Of Scotland".
Inverleven Scotch Whisky Distillery
The Inverleven is a distillery within a distillery constructed in 1938 within the Dumbarton Grain Distillery by Hiram Walker & Sons Ltd and operated under license by George Ballantine & Son Ltd.
Kingsbarns Lowland Distllery
Proposed new "Farm" Distillery for the Kingdom of Fife
Littlemill Single Malt Scotch Whisky Distillery
Located on the north bank of the Clyde at Bowling The Littlemill Distillery was officially established in 1772 on the site of a 14th century brewery It is quite possibly the oldest Lowland distillery with roots going back to 1750. When George Buchan, a Glasgow maltmaster purchased the estate of Littlemill,
Rosebank Scotch Whisky Distillery
The early history of the Rosebank distillery is stated as being founded in the late 18th century. Some claims state that the distillery was founded as early as 1773 however more conservative sources date it somewhere in the 1790's.
St Magdalene aka Linlithgow
Single Malt Scotch Whisky Distillery
The St Magdalene Distillery stood on a historic site, in the 12th century a hospital was established by the Knights Templar to treat lepers. This was replaced at some point by the St Magdalene convent.