1 bottle killyloch 1967 - 2003. in wooden presentation case with scroll certificate. one of 371 bottles. 70cl. natural cask strength of 40%. level top shoulder. good condition.Read More
Killyloch is one of the rarest Scottish single malts produced in the last fifty years. Made between 1965 and 1985 at Moffat Grain Distillery, there have been only a handful of casks bottled as single malt. This exemplary official example is now extremely hard to find and - being bottled at its naturally low cask strength of 40% - is also a remarkably beautiful and elegantly fruity whisky. A stunning piece of history.
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