THE HIGHLAND HOME OF JOHNNIE WALKER
Clynelish is an anglicised version of the Gaelic for green pasture. And, though it’s a coastal whisky, this is fitting for a Scotch with sweet floral fragrances and verdant flavour notes. It’s a name with a long history, one that predates the distillery we know today, but which has adorned the labels of whisky bottles for two hundred years.
Discover the Clynelish Range
"People and places don't just shape a Single Malt Scotch Whisky's flavour. They change the course of its future. Get a taste of how the Clynelish whisky you love today came to be."
Built in 1819 on the Duke of Sutherland’s new farm, life here was a virtuous circle. e local mine provided coal to heat the stills. Spent grains from the distillery fed local livestock. Their manure improved the quality of the land, where the barley was grown. e whisky was sold around the beginning of the twentieth century as “The Finest Highland Malt Whisky.”