Built in 1971 by John Haig & Co next to Glenlossie (and on top of the ruins of a former Glenlossie dating back to 1876), it is often not visible from the road and merges with the complex in which these two distilleries live. Suspended from 1985 to 1989 and again in 1995, it was only kept active for a few months by the Glenlossie staff, but since 2007 it has been fully back in business. It remained anonymous until 1996, when it released a bottling called “Loch Dhu” (Black Lake), named after the color of the whiskey it contains. It was not much appreciated, indeed it was hated because it was smoky, dense and sticky: ironically it is now considered a collector’s bottle. There are other releases, such as the one in Flora & Fauna, but most of them are used in blends; currently owned by Diageo.
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