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The distillery is in the Northwest part of Fife in the town of Newburgh. The whisky part of the Lindores Abbey history starts in 1494 and owes its origins to the Tironensian monks that lived at Lindores Abbey, or the ‘Church by the Water’, over half a millennium ago. In 2016 Drew McKenzie, the owner of the Abbey, broke ground for the distillery and actually found an old distillation vat. They are now releasing whisky as a new Lowland brand.


This is a part of the ‘Casks of Lindores’ releases. The other two in this trio are a Bourbon matured and Sherry matured.  This release is matured in wine barriques that were shaved, toasted, and recharred (STR).

Brand Tasting Notes: Nose – Mellow fruity apricot jam, toffee notes, and a hint of cinnamon combined with butter and custard | Palate – Sweet and spices. Mellow plums and red berries, treacle, cinnamon spice, and a pleasant woody smoky note. Very smooth, silky texture | Finish – Medium to long with spices, honey, and caramel notes

  • Bottle Size700
  • DistilleryLindores Abbey
  • StyleSingle Malt Scotch
  • RegionLowlands
  • ABV49.4%
  • Country of OriginScotland
  • Cask StrengthNo
  • Cask TypeSTR
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