A Caithness farm-based distillery that operated from 1828 to 1833.
Highland Single Malt Scotch Whisky
Scoraclet – alternatively spelled Scorrielate and Scoriclett – was an isolated farm distillery sat three miles south of Watten and eight miles west of Wick in Caithness. Today the farm lies west of an un-numbered road from Watten to Occumster and is close to the Strath Burn.
Scoralet distillery was licensed to Donald McIver in 1798 but the distillery closed that same year.
Scoraclet farm is today still reached by a ford, not a bridge, and has a small on-site stream or watercourse that feeds into the Strath Burn. The Doull family, who ran the farm for many years, discovered the remains of an iron age broch on the land.
- 1798 Scoraclet distillery is licensed to Donald McIver, but closes the same year