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The Hebridean Whisky Trail Has Launched

The Hebridean Whisky Trail Has Launched

Pictured: Anne O’lone – Torabhaig Distillery, Iain Hector Ross – Isle of Raasay Distillery, Alasdair Day – Isle of Raasay Distillery, Fiona Macintyre – Talisker Distillery, Karen Betts – Scotch Whisky Association, Lesley Taylor – Talisker Distillery, Susan MacLean – Talisker Distillery, Simon Erlanger – Isle of Harris Distillery. We are delighted to have hosted the launch of Scotland’s newest whisky...
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Raasay Distillery Clan Macleod Whisky Cask

Macleod Cask Is Filled to Mark Historic Raasay Return

 Raasay’s long association with the Clan Macleod is recorded back to the 16th century when the title of the island was first granted to MacGilleChaluim by the Bishop of the Isles. Down the centuries the clan has left its mark throughout the island from their original sea fortress at Brochel Castle to the Georgian...
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Raasay from Field to Still

Raasay from Field to Still

The 2nd August 2018 will mark an historic milestone in our journey towards the first bottling of Isle of Raasay Single Malt Scotch Whisky. Its our second Raasay Barley Trial Open Day, but perhaps even more significant is the fact that we will be mashing the first purely Raasay-grown malted barley crop. Drilled on local...
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Five Star Whisky Distillery Visitor Attraction

Five Stars Over Raasay

It has only been a few months since we opened to the public in January, but it seems so much has happened as we’ve joined Skye and Lochalsh’s community of must-visit attractions. Here at the distillery we’ve seen a steady rise month on month in the number of visitors coming to the island keen to...
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Bordeaux Comes to Raasay

Bordeaux Comes to Raasay

For anyone passionate about crafting fine malt whisky the arrival of new casks at the distillery is a moment filled with excitement and anticipation. So it was when the side curtain on our delivery truck was slid open to reveal the next batch of casks for filling on Raasay. Our eyes were greeted by this...
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Borodale House Accommodation on Raasay

At the Heart of the Distillery

Whisky and hospitality go together on Raasay, which explains why Borodale House sits at the very heart of our distillery. This beautiful 19th century Victorian villa is one of the key ‘built heritage’ landmarks on the island, named after the nearby Iron Age hill fort Dùn Borghadal dating from around 800 BC. The house was...
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From Peated to Unpeated Spirit

From Peated to Unpeated Spirit

It has been a week of significant change at the distillery, as we evolve our signature Raasay whisky recipe and move production from peated to unpeated spirit. Peat is arguably one of the most recognisable and persistent of all the complex flavours in malt whisky. Its smoky presence is instantly detected in dry malt, new...
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Raasay Distillery 6 Nations Whisky Connections

Six Nations Nations Whisky Connections

We love our Six Nations rugby at the distillery where our passion for making Isle of Raasay single malt whisky is matched by our passion for supporting Scotland at Murrayfield and on the road. For instance did you know that our Co-founder Alasdair Day is also a rugby coach at Livingston Rugby Football Club where...
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