Killyloch whisky was distilled along side Glenflagler within the Moffat grain distillery. Production began in 1965 with both whiskies being produced using separate sets of stills within the distillery. Glenflagler was an unpeated whisky with Killyloch being peated to around 3ppm. The Moffat complex was demolished in July 1985. Killyloch got its name from a mistake when labeling the casks. It was originally going to be called Lillyloch after its water source, and the name stuck.
Age: 36 years old
40% ABV / 70cl
Bottle Number: 191 / 371
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