Distilleries of the company

Auchroisk is an industrial Malt distillery that produces for the J&B Blended Scotch Whisky. Read more about it below.↓
At the foot of the hill Ben Rinnes lies the Benrinnes distillery. The distillery was built by Peter Mackenzie in 1826.
The Blair Athol distillery is very old. It was founded back in 1798 by John Stewart and Robert Robertson under the name of 'Aldour distillery' it was not very successful and soon had to close. Read more about it below.↓
The distillery was founded under the Name Clynelish by the Duke of Sutherland in 1819. It closed in 1983, but started production again 38 years later after a major renovation by owner Diageo.
The Bulleit distillery in Lebanon, Kentucky, produces the Boubon of the same name. The special feature of this innovative distillery is that it operates on a C02-neutral basis, thus saving the environment emissions equivalent to those of 25,000 cars every...
Diese seit 1988 geschlossene schottische Grain Whisky Brennerei befand sich in der Nähe des Haymarket in Edinburgh.
Diese Grain Whisky Destillerie befand sich auf dem Gelände einer ehemaligen Mühle. Seit 1993 ist aber auch diese Brennerei geschlossen.
The Cameronbridge Grain Whisky Distillery was founded by John Haig in 1824 and is the largest and probably the oldest of its kind in Scotland. The Tanquer-ay Gin, among other spirits, has been produced here since 1998.
Built in 1846, Caol Ila is the largest of the eight distilleries scattered across the Isle of Islay on the west of Scotland. Read more about it below.↓
Cardhu is one of the most famous distilleries of the Speyside with an impressive history and Whisky that is not only essential for the Johnnie Walker Blends but also a high demanded Single Malt Whisky. Cardhu was the first distillery that John Walker &...
The new Clynelish Distillery on the east coast of Scotland was only established in 1967. It is located on the same premises as the original "Old Clynelish Distillery", which in turn had been mothballed and was reopened for a short period of time under the...
Coleburn Distillery is one of the many Speyside distilleries that didn’t manage to survive. It was mothballed in 1985 and since the equipment was dismantled and the buildings sold there is less chance that we will ever see a Coleburn Distillery revival...
Cragganmore was the first distillery in Scotland to have its site selected and be built specifically to take advantage of its proximity to the Strathspey Railway. John Smith, who had previously been involved with Macallan, Glenlivet and Glenfarclas...
William Mackenzie, a farmer from the Speyside town of Carron, built the Dailuaine distillery in 1852. Dailuaine derives from the Gaelic ‘An dail uaine’ meaning ‘green valley’. Read more about it below.↓
The Dalwhinnie distillery sits at the heart of the majestic Cairngorms National Park in the Scottish Highlands. It is one of the highest Whisky producing distilleries in Scotland. Read more about it below.↓
The Dufftown Single Malt Whisky distillery is tucked away between the dense leaves of the Spey Valley. It produces mainly for the Blend Bell's. Read more about it below.↓