Whisky Distilleries

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The stretch of land in the Northern Highland on which Glenmorangie stands has been the site for alcohol production (mostly illicit) since the Middle Ages, setting a formidable legacy. Glenmorangie was founded in 1843, although operation didn’t start until...
Near the Edradour distillery lie the ruins of the Lindores Ruins. This is the birthplace of Aquavite (water of life) that later became the whisky we know. Edradour is one of the smallest distilleries in Scotland.
Dalmore is high quality Highland distillery with a good whisky and a elegant bottle design. It was founded in 1839 and extended very often. Read more about it below.↓
The Glengoyne distillery is the most southern distillery of the Scottish Highlands. The Distillery was founded in 1833 by a local farmer called George Connell. It is an half an hour north west of Glasgow.
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.↓
Tomatin has been a rising star among the Scottish distilleries since the beginning of the millennium. The Highland distillery was the biggest Scottish distillery in the 1970, but the quality of the whisky wasn’t high regarded. Ups and downs followed and...
Oban distillery is one of the oldest distilleries in Scotland, having been established in 1794. Additionally, it is especially unusual for being one of the last surviving urban distilleries.
The Aberfeldy Distillery was founded by the Dewar's family in 1846. They ran the company under the names John Dewar & Sons, Ltd. and began whisky production two years later.
For a long time Pulteney could be called the most northern distillery on the Scottish mainland. When Wolfburn Distillery in Thurso opened in 2013 they took over this title, but Pulteney hasn’t lost its attraction on whisky lovers. The coastal style of the...
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...
The distillery was founded by John MacDonald in 1825 at the foot of the famous Ben Nevis hill. Its Malt whisky is rather strong and intense. Read more about it below.↓
A few kilometers from Aberdeen we find the Glen Garioch distillery. It is one of the oldest distilleries of Scotland and the most eastern active malt whisky distillery. Read more about it below.↓
Hardly any other distillery in Scotland deserves to be called “unique” as Loch Lomond does: It’s not only equipped with pot stills but as well with Lomond Stills, a Coffee Still and Continuous Stills. This allows them to produce many different types of...
Tullibardine is actually not the oldest Scottish Distillery but regarding the first step of the whisky production it is one of the Methuselahs of the business: The visit of King James 47h of Scotland of the local brewery situated here before is known as...
Balblair is one of the most northern distilleries of Scottland. It lies right next to the Dornoch Firth and was established in 1790.
Before Deanston distilled whisky, it was used as a cotton mill. The mill had its own power supply with water wheels from the River Teith. Read more about it below.↓