Charles Kinloch & Son were wine and spirits merchants who were in existence for almost a hundred years when they joined the Courage Brewery group in 1957. That company had been around since 1757 and after many mergers and acquisitions was itself taken over by the Imperial Tobacco Group in 1972, eventually passing to the Foster’s Group in 1990. In 1995 Scottish & Newcastle bought Courage from Foster’s and it changed hands again in 2007 when Wells & Young’s Brewing company bought all the brands under that umbrella. By then , Kinloch was all but forgotten, and the current holding company now is more involved in pubs and beers in the UK than in rums of any kind.
Other research states that at one time Kinloch's had over 4000 lines on the go across all sectors of its business, when you consider that information about the company is almost impossible to find it is strange that such a well regarded company can fade from history?
Kinloch's were actually set up by Charles Kinloch and George Scott in 1861 at 14 Barge Yard Chamnbers, Bucklersbury, London.
This is a bottle for the American market 50% abv