Auchentoshan WhiskyAuchentoshan Whisky (pronounced Aw-khen-tosh-an) distillery was built in 1800. Auchentoshan is Gaelic and translates as `the corner of the field`. It is also known as `Glasgow's Malt Whisky` given its proximity to Glasgow and `the breakfast whisky` due to its sweet and soft nature. Auchentoshan Whisky is located at the foot of the Kilpatrick Hills on the outskirts of Clydebank in West Dunbartonshire. Auchentoshan is one of the last active distilleries in the Lowlands. In common with other Lowland (and Irish) whiskies, Auchentoshan malt whisky is distilled three times (as opposed to most Scottish malt whisky, which is distilled twice). This triple-distillation has the effect of softening the flavour and body of the end product. Auchentoshan Whisky are renowned for their whisky tours, they are a must for whisky lovers - call in if you're passing.
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