Whisky Distilleries

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Port Ellen was founded in 1825 by A. K. Mackay & Company on the Kildaton south coast of Islay. The Laird Campbell was also instrumental in the establishment of the distillery, as he was the highest-ranking clan official on the Isle at the time.
William Sanderson, Andrew Usher, and John M Crabbie founded North British in 1885 as a joint business venture. All of the distillery’s founders came from a background of independent blending, and wanted to expand their businesses by launching the...
Caperdonich Distillery was originally built as “Glen Grant#2, a clone of the famous distillery right next to it. It never really managed to step out of its shadow and attract own attention. Mothballed since 2002 it was demolished in 2011 but some...
Glen Spey is named after the River Spey in the region. It is one of the five distilleries in the city of Rothes.
The distillery was founded by James MacGregor in 1924. At the beginning it was a small farmers distillery with the aim of preserving their barley in the form of whisky. In 1897 the distillery was bought by Glenlivet Ltd. In 1930 the owner changed again...
The Kingsbarns Distillery belongs to the Wemyss family, who also own Wemyss Vintage Malts. It is located in the east of the Lowlands in Fife, southeast of the town of St. Andrews, which is famous for its Kingsbarns Links golf course.
The distillery was founded under the Name Clynelish by the Duke of Sutherland in 1819. Read more about it below.↓