The holding company created to build and operate Isle of Harris distillery.
Islands single malt Scotch whisky
This long-extinct distillery stood at Scarinish Farm in the coastal village of Scarinish, about three miles from the present day site of Tiree airport on the B8065 road.
Just north of there is the ferry terminal where there are daily services from Oban via the island of Coll. The village also has a hotel and museum. North-east from Scarinish was another short-lived and now lost distillery, Kirkipol.
The distillery was licensed to John Campbell from 1817-18. Scarinish farm is very much on the map today but whether the actual distillery building is still standing is a moot point.
- 1817 Scarinish distillery is licensed to John Campbell
- 1818 The distillery closes
Isle of Tiree
Argyll and Bute
Distiller & blender
Independent distilling operation, with two distilleries, located on the Isle of Arran.
Ardincaple was a short-lived distillery on the Island of Seil, south of Oban.
The lost Islay distillery of Ballygrant was but a fleeting part of the island’s history.