Remarkably flowery and sweet
This distillery by the banks of the river Lossie is every bit the idyll of a country distillery, with its woodlands and resident population of Swans
This distillery by the banks of the river Lossie is every bit the idyll of a country distillery, with its woodlands and resident population of Swans. Legend has it that longtime manager Roderick Mackenzie thought the environment so important to the taste of Linkwood, he forbade the removal of spiders’ webs from the rafters in case the character were to change. Great care is still taken to maintain its high standards, though the cobwebs have been removed.
The Linkwood distillery
Founded in 1821, the distillery sits in a tranquil setting overlooking the dam of the Linkwood Burn. The water that makes Linkwood whisky comes from Millbuies springs, and makes a fine, smooth and complex whisky; just it always has, through wars and depressions, takeovers and closures.
Ready to be discovered
Smooth and medium bodied, Linkwood Single Malt Scotch Whisky is a hidden Speyside treasure, full of the characteristic fruit and flower scents of the region.