Lindores Abbey

Lindores Abbey was a Tironensian abbey on the outskirts of Newburgh in Fife, Scotland. The earliest record of scotch whisky in the exchequer roll for 1494 is a payment from King James IV to Friar John Cor of Lindores Abbey for about "eight bols of malt" or aquavitae as it was then known. This translates roughly to 1150 litres of Uisge Beatha (Scottish Gaelic: Water of Life).
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