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Glenlossie

The sister distillery to Mannochmore, Glenlossie nestles in the fertile Laich of Moray, just two miles from Millbuies nature reserve, and surrounded by hills and farmland

The sister distillery to Mannochmore, Glenlossie nestles in the fertile Laich of Moray, just two miles from Millbuies nature reserve, and surrounded by hills and farmland.

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A pleasantly tart single malt

Estery and green

There’s something solvent-like about Glenlossie whisky on the nose, but that’s definitely a good thing. It’s this sharp note that balances its fruity sweetness, and leads the drinker through to the lightly chocolatey finish.

The Glenlossie distillery

The Glenlossie distillery

Glenlossie distillery was the dream of local publican John Duff, who sketched the plans and worked with a local architect by the name of MacKenzie to make it a reality in 1876. Duff used the 70 foot drop from a nearby dam to drive a wheel which in turn powered the machinery, making Glenlossie, Duff and his local investors independent of steam power. The distillery changed hands over the years, and eventually moved from water to steam, and during the 1960 refurb, electricity. Though the wheel and the hand-fired stills may have gone, the independent spirit of Duff remains in this distinct Speyside malt.

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From the Laich of Moray
Distinctly coastal

Top of its class

The Laich is a plain by the sea – rich, low-lying agricultural land that has been farmed for generations. It’s this proximity to the sea which lends Glenlossie a little of the coastal malt to its Speyside character, with a hint of smoke on the nose.