Whisky is being distilled once more at the amber nectar's spiritual home, more than five centuries after its first recorded production.
Drew McKenzie Smith
The historic birthplace of Scottish whisky has been revived after more than 500 years.
BBC MasterChef semi-finalist Brodie Williams, from Cupar, gave an insight into his TV and culinary journey when he cooked a special fine dining meal for guests at the newly opened Lindores Abbey Distillery near Newburgh.
It is the birthplace of the “water of life”.
A £10 million plan to revive production at the ‘spiritual home of Scotch whisky’ in north Fife has unearthed some exciting archaeological artefacts, discovers Michael Alexander. Standing amid the ivy-clad ruins of Lindores Abbey in north Fife, it’s possible to imagine the day when in 1298 a battle-wearied William Wallace and his men strode through the east gate fresh from a skirmish with the Earl of Pembroke’s men at the nearby Battle of Blackearnside.