Whisky Distilleries

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The two Jim Beam distilleries produce the best selling Bourbon in the world. But besides its mass products they also have different high class products in its range.
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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.
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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...
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The distillery was founded by Adam Teacher in 1898 near the Town of Kennethmont. Read more about it below.
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Tobermory is the only distillery on the Scottish Ilse of Mull and is located in the middle of the eponymous capital of Mull. Tobermory is one of the oldest active distilleries in Scotland.
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The Glenrothes Distillery is located in Rothes in the heart of the Speyside. It looks back on a very turbulent history. The day the first spirit was distilled at Glenrothes was 28 December 1879 and this might have been seen a bit as a bad omen: It was the...
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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 4th of Scotland of the local brewery situated here before is known as...
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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.↓
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Kilchoman distillery, which sits on the Isle of Islay, is one of the smallest distilleries in Scotland. For over 124 years the Kilchoman distillery was the first to be founded on the Isle of Islay.
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The distillery was founded in 1898 by John Thompson, and administered by the Knockando-Glenlivet Distillery Company. The acclaimed Whisky architect Charles Doig designed the site. The name of the distillery comes from the Gaelic 'Cnoc-an-dhu', meaning...
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Located in the idyllic Speyside town of Rothes, the Glen Grant distillery is one of the top five best selling distilleries in the world.
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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...
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The distillery was founded by F.W. Brickmann and John Callum in the year 1898. Two years later they started the production. The distillery is right next to the City of Forres in the Speyside.
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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 &...
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The Aberfeldy Distillery was founded by the Dewar's family in 1896. They ran the company under the names John Dewar & Sons, Ltd. and began Whisky production two years later.
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In the heart of Speyside in Ballindalloch, not far from Scotland's highest-located village Tomintoul, lies the eponymous Whisky distillery.