Inverleven Scottish Single Malt Whisky
Country: Scotland | Region: Scottish Lowlands
Single Malt Scottish Whisky from the Inverleven Distillery
This page refers to Scottish Single Malts from the Scottish Lowlands distillery at Inverleven. This distillery was only part of one of the major distilleries in the West of Scotland. This distillery was in Dumbarton and was built around 1938 beside the River Leven before it entered the River Clyde at Dumbarton Castle. The whole complex was built when the Canadian company Hiram Walker bought the Ballantine’s blend, and also, at the time, the distillery was becoming the most prominent grain distillery in the UK and Europe.
At the start, this complex made two malt whiskies, with one of them coming from the still house called Inverleven. The other still house so that you know, was called Lomond, and those malt whiskies were called ‘surprising’ Lomond.
For more details about this distillery, please visit Inverleven Distillery.
Currently there are no whiskies available from Inverleven