Highlands - Orkney

At the end of the last century there were over twenty active distilleries in the Lowlands. There are currently only two, Auchentoshan to the north of Glasgow and Glenkinchie east of Edinburgh, which is the only Lowlands distillery that is open to the public. Three other dormant distilleries may one day return to activity: Bladnoch, the most southern distillery in Scotland, Littlemill to the north of Glasgow, and Rosebank, east of Edinburgh, near Falkirk. Their whiskies, of which stocks still exist, remain fairly accessible. Malts from closed distilleries such as Saint Magdalene, also known by the name of Linlithgow, the town where it was founded, or Inverleven, in Dumbarton to the north of Glasgow, can also be found from independent bottlers. However, whiskies such as Glen Flagler and Killyloch from the Moffat distillery near Glasgow that closed in 1985, Kinclaith or Ladyburn, which were both demolished in 1976, are much harder to find.

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