Established in 1846 near Port Askaig, by Hector Henderson, Caol Ila means “Sound of Islay” in Gaelic. A waterfall supplied power for the barley hoists and pressure for the fire hydrants. Today, a novel heat exchanger uses the sea to cool hot process water before returning it to the condensers. Their whisky is a sweet starting, maritime style with a characteristic lingering, smoky finish.
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