Collection: Kilchoman

Opened in 2005, Kilchoman Distillery was the first distillery to be built on Islay since Bunnahabhain in 1883. Kilchoman, a relatively young distillery, produced their first single malt in 2009 (the 3 year old inaugural release). With the purchase of nearby Rockside Farm in 2015, Kilchoman Distillery was converted into a Farm Distillery. 30% of the barley that Kilchoman Distillery uses to produce its 100% Islay Barley Whiskey is grown on Rockside Farm. Visits to Kilchoman Distillery are a great way to experience one of Scotland's unique farm distilleries. Despite the tight schedule, guests at the Islay Whiskey Festival in May 2002, if all goes according to plan, will be able to see the spirit flow in Scotland's first brand new twenty-first century distillery. A few miles west of the revived Bruichladdich Distillery, near the village of Port Charlotte, is Kilchoman Distillery on the west coast of the Hebridean island. It is close to the famous Machir Bay beach.

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