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Pitlessie – as the distillery was also sometimes spelled – is a small village two miles east of Ladybank and about four miles south-west of Cupar. It sits close to the River Eden and a small burn runs through the locality. The distillery’s OS coordinates are too vague to locate it precisely and any ruins or other traces of the distillery likely vanished decades ago.
The distillery was active from 1816-17 under an unknown licensee.
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