Kilchoman is one of currently nine producing whisky distilleries on the Scottish Hebridean island of Islay. Whisky lovers all over the world associate the name Islay primarily with heavily peaty whiskies. For friends of this type of whisky, including the makers of this website, Islay is literally whisky heaven. Every year tens of thousands of whisky fans visit the island and its distilleries to sample their favourite drops on the spot.

The Kilchoman distillery is one of the youngest on the island. When it went into production in 2005 it was the first new whisky distillery on Islay in 124 years. With this distillery, founder and owner Anthony Wills wanted to continue the concept of a farm distillery, as it had been common in Scotland for centuries. More

New Small Batch Release “Triskele Casks – Netherlands Exclusive 2023/1” released

Since this year, Kilchoman has introduced a new name for its Small Batch Series – Triskele Casks. And so the new Small Batch release for the Netherlands is not called Netherlands Small Batch No. 4 but Triskele Casks – Netherlands Exclusive 2023/1. The Celtic symbol of the Triskele, which is known to adorn every Kilchoman bottle as a logo, symbolises, […]

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Kilchoman Marsala Single Cask Finish 1010/2014 – Bresser & Timmer 30th anniversary

The Dutch Kilchoman importer Bresser & Timmer has now released a new Kilchoman single cask bottling to celebrate its 30th anniversary. It is a Marsala wine cask finish. Distilled in mid-December 2014, the whisky was first matured in a fresh ex-Buffalo Trace bourbon barrel for more than six years before being finished in a Marsala cask for over two years. […]

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