Bowmore

Bowmore (Scottish Gaelic: Bogh Mòr) is a village on the Scottish island of Islay and serves as administrative capital of the island. It gives its name to the famous distillery producing Bowmore Single Malt, a single malt scotch whisky.

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Bowmore Distillery
6.2898444°W / 55.757139 -6.2898444 Bowmore Region Islay Owner Suntory Founded 1779 Status Operational Water source River Laggan, Islay Number of stills 2 wash ... The distillery is owned by Morrison Bowmore Distillers Ltd, a holding company owned by Japanese drinks company Suntory ... Morrison Bowmore also own the Auchentoshan and Glen Garioch distilleries and produce the McClelland's Single Malt range of bottlings ...
Mc Clelland's Single Malt - Morrison Bowmore Distilleries
... Scotch distilleries owned by Morison Bowmore include Auchentoshan (Lowland) Bowmore (Islay) Glen Garioch (Highland) ...
Bowmore Distillery - Production
... Bowmore Distillery sources as much barley as possible from on the island of Islay, but there are insufficient quantities produced to satisfy the distillery's demand, so barley is also imported ... Morrison Bowmore bottles all whisky produced at Bowmore Distillery and their other distilleries at a facility in Springburn, Glasgow ...
Bowmore Distillery - History
... The Bowmore Distillery was established in 1779 by a local merchant, John P ... A bottle of 1850 Bowmore Single Malt was sold at an auction in September 2007 for £29,400 ... The distillery, like most in Scotland, was mothballed during the World Wars, with the Bowmore Distillery hosting the RAF Coastal Command for much of World War II, Coastal Command operated flying ...
Bowmore - Gallery
... Distillery of Bowmore Round Church of Bowmore. ...