Bruichladdich (pronounced Broo-ik-LADdie) is found on the North shore of Loch Indaal, Islay. The distillery looks across the water at Bowmore distillery. It used to be the most westerly distillery in Scotland until Kilchoman was built in 2005. Bruichladdich was constructed in 1881 by Robert William and John Gourlay Harvey. The Harvey family remained the owners until the distillery was mothballed in 1929. The distillery reopened in 1936. Bruichladdich is currently owned by Remy Cointreau. The distillery gets it water from a spring on the Octmore farm. It has two wash stills and two spirit stills, and produces 1,500,000 litres a year. House Style: Light to medium, firm, hint of passion fruit, salty. Very drinkable. Apertif.