Tour Scotland Video New Whisky Distillery Being Built At Historic Lindores Abbey Newburgh Fife
Tour Scotland video of the new Whisky Distillery being built at Historic Lindores Abbey in Newburgh, Fife, Scotland. An exchequer roll records that in 1494 one of the abbey's Tironension monks, Friar John Cor, paid duty on malt to make " aqua vitae " for King James IV. The Abbey was also visited by William Wallace and King John Baliol before it was sacked at the behest of the reformer John Knox in 1559.
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