Speyside Whisky Distilleries
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Located at over 1073 feet,Dalwhinnie Distillery is one of the highest distilleries in Scotland.
The distillery was owned by Chivas Brothers Ltd, best known for their Chivas Regal blended scotch whisky, the world's second-biggest single malt whisky brand.
Founded by Chivas Brothers on the site of an old meal mill on the bank of the River Isla, Glen Keith went on to influence many other distilleries with its innovative experiments. It is also the home of Passport, one of the world's fastest growing Scotch Whisky brands.
Located in the pretty city of Elgin, Glen Moray Whisky Distillery is well known for its range of Speyside single malt whisky.
Glen Ord Whisky Distillery is one of the Scottish distilleries that make up the Classic Malt range. A visit to Glen Ord, located in the picturesque Highland settings will be a visual delight.
Glenburgie distillery, established in 1810, was originally known as Kinflat. It is located near Forress, the town is famous as the location of Knock Hill where Macbeth is said to have met 'the weird sisters'.
Owned and managed by the 5th generation of the Grant family, Glenfiddich distillery still displays a time honoured tradition.
Macallan is one of the largest and most famous distilleries in Scotland and has a capacity of 6 million litres a year.
Located on the site of the meal mill of Pluscarden Abbey,near Elgin,Miltonduff distillery dates back to 1824.
Huge new distillery opened in 2010 and the first new distillery in Scotland in 30 years. Owned by Diageo
The Tamnavulin distillery was closed in May 1995
Located near the village of Tomintoul, the highest village in the Highlands of Scotland, Tomintoul distillery has a whisky making tardition of over four generations.