Glenlochy Whisky Scotch Single Malt - A to Z of Whiskies

Glenlochy Single Malt Scotch Whisky

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River Nevis
United Distillers & Vintners
Closed 1983
+44 (0)1764 682252
Glenlochy was built in 1898 by the Glenlochy - Fort William Distillery Co Ltd, which was founded by David McAndie of Nairn. He had hoped to be part of the whisky boom but had left it too late and unfortunately opened the distillery during the Pattison crash. Glenlochy only stayed in production until 1919. Except for a short time during 1925 the distillery lay silent until 1937. Thomas Rankin, a local businessman bought the distillery in 1937 but it was not long before he had sold it onto Train and McIntyre. Train and McIntyre then transferred it to their subsidiary Associated Scottish Distillers Ltd, who acquired Bruichladdich, Benromach, Fettercairn, Glenesk, Glenury Royal and Strathdee distilleries around the same time. In 1953 Train and McIntyre was acquired by DCL. DCL kept Glenlochy in production until 1983, it was closed due to the rationalisation programme.

This is one distillery that will never open again because in 1992 the site was sold and everything in the distillery was destroyed. The site was made into a hotel complex except for the maltings and kilns as they are listed buildings. There are still a few independent bottlings around but as time goes on these will get harder to find.

Glenlochy Tasting Notes

Glenlochy 1965 Gordon & MacPhail
Colour: Bright gold.
Nose: Sweet, fruits with a hint of oak and peat smoke.
Taste: Smoky initially with oak and dry spices. Fruity notes with malty and dry grass flavours.
Finish: Slightly dry.

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Glenlochy Bottlings

Glenlochy offer you the following choice of single malts:
  • You will find a great choice of vintages from several independent bottlers. Only available from premier whisky shops such as The Whisky Exchange.

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