Inchmurrin is named after one of the scenic islands of Loch Lomond. The distillery is located in Dumbartonshire and actually sits astride the Highlands/Lowland boundary line. It is classified as a Highland, however, since it gets its water from Loch Lomond, which is in the Highlands. Loch Lomond Distillery, where Inchmurrin is actually produced, was formerly a calico-dyeing factory which was converted to a distillery in 1965. Due to the Lomond type of stills, which have rectifying columns in the still heads, different styles of whisky can be produced. So, in addition to Inchmurrin, a malt by the name of Old Rhosdhu is also distilled.