Whisky Distilleries

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The Speyside Distillery Tormore was one of the first new distilleries that were built in the 20th century. It’s more known for its unique and pretty architecture than for its whiskies which predominantly are used for blends. Tormore Distillery was granted...
The Glentauchers Distillery is situated in the Speyside, just a few miles from Keith at the road to Craigellachie. There’s no visitor center at Glentauchers and this may be one reason why the distillery is not very well known. But the more important...
Andrew Peary and Robert Bain founded Miltonduff distillery in 1824. The distillery had previously operated illicitly on the site since the turning of the century, but following the passing of the Exercise Act, Peary and Bain established the distillery as...
Glenburgie was founded in 1810 under the name 'Kilnflat' by William Paul. It is neighbors with Glenallachie and Glenspey.
Glenlossie is a comlex of two distilleries. The Glenlossie and the Mannochmore distillery. They have two still houses and are used one after another. But they share the same warehouse.
Inchgower was built in 1871 by Alexander Wilson & Company to replace the Tochineal distillery. The original equipment from Tochineal was even used in the establishment of the site.
Allt-A-Bhaine is a rather young Malt whisky distillery near Dufftown in the Speyside region. It was built to supply the Blended Whiskys of the Chivas Brothers.
Scottish Malt Distillers founded Mannochmore distillery in 1971. The site was managed by John Haig & Company Limited until 1985, at which point it was mothballed due to the big british recession.
Glendullan was the last distillery built in the city of Dufftown. It was established in the year 1897 by William Williams.
The Braeval distillery was founded in 1973 by the Chivas Brothers Ltd. It was closed in 2002, but reopened in 2008. Read more about it below.↓
The Imperial distillery is right next to Aberlour in the Scottish Speyside. Since the year 2000 the Distillery is closed.
Glen Keith is one of the younger distilleries in Scotland, having only been founded in 1957 by the Chivas Brothers. It is located in the beautiful Speyside town of Keith, within eyeshot of Strathisla, the oldest distillery in Scotland. 2000 the distillery...
Tamnavulin is one of the younger Scottish distilleries and only built in 1966. It was founded to produce a great quantity of whisky for blends and this is still its main job. There are only a few single malts released as official bottlings from...
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...
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...