Whisky Distilleries

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Being founded in 1967, Glenallachie is one of the younger distilleries in Scotland. It lies in the heart of the Scotisch Speyside.
The Mortlach distillery was the first of Dufftown’s famous seven distilleries. The distillery was also the first legal distillery in the town, which is quite a distinction, especially when we consider the impressive amount of illicit activity that was...
Glenkinchie is often known as the Edinburgh Malt, due to it’s close proximity to Scotland’s capital. It is one of the last three distilleries in the Scottish Lowlands.
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Glen Scotia is one of the only three active distilleries in the once famous whisky city of Campbeltown.
In 1893, John Morrison, bought the land on which Knockdhu was built from the Duke of Fife. Morrison was acting on behalf of the Distiller's Company Limited. Knockdhu was the first distillery that the company constructed themselves.
Strathisla has the distinction of being the oldest continuously operational distillery in Scotland. In an industry where starts and stops are rife, it’s pretty impressive to last as long as Strathisla has. It has been operational since 1786, which makes...
Balblair is one of the most northern distilleries of Scottland. It lies right next to the Dornoch Firth and was established in 1790.
Macduff is one of the newer distilleries in Speyside, having been founded in 1958. Morty Dyke, George Crawford, James Stirret, and Brodie Hepburn founded the distillery. Together, they formed Macduff Distilleries Ltd. Construction of the distillery was...
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Macfarlane & Townsend founded Scapa distillery in 1885, with the operation being headed up by John Townsend. John Townsend was the general manager of the operation until 1919, when the Scapa Distillery Company Ltd was founded. However, it went into...
Peter Brown founded the distillery in 1821. At its inception, the site had only two stills, and whisky operation wasn't entirely legal yet. The distillery formally began operations in 1825, after whisky distillation was legalized. Brown's original...
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In the heart of the Speyside near the little town of Craigellachie/Banffshire lies a distillery that was founded in 1891 at the peak of the whisky boom and survived until today. Craigellachie Distillery is situated on a hill and overlooks the town.The...
Many Scottish whisky distilleries were founded during the whisky boom at the end of the 19th century but in contrast to most of them Longmorn succeeded to survive. The Speyside distillery that is situated in Elgin/Morayshire next to the Ben Riach...
Situated at Knockando in the center of the Speyside the Tamdhu Distillery managed to survive difficult years of economical ups and downs. This is due to the status of Tamdhu whisky as a reliable component in the blends of the Highland Distillers for...
Glencadam is the only active distillery in the town of Angus. The Barry Burn, which runs off of The Moorans Mountains, provides the water used in the production of Glencandam. Read more about it below.
John and Edward Hopkins, two brothers from the local area, founded Speyburn distillery in 1897. The brothers were determined that the site would be established in 1897, as it was Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee.
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.↓