Scotland

Whisky Regions

Lowland

Auchentoshan (1823) – originally known as Duntocher and the name has also been spelt Auckentoshan or Auchintoshan. Bladnoch (1818) – this distillery was closed in ...

  • Scotland
Lowland

Speyside

Aberlour (1879) Allt-a-Bhainne (1975) – mothballed from 2002-5. Ardmore (1898) Auchroisk (1974) – produces a malt known as The Singleton. Aultmore (1896) ...

  • Scotland
Speyside

Islay

Ardbeg (1815) – illegal distilling took place here since the 1790’s. The distillery was mothballed from 1981-9 and 1996-7. Bowmore (1779) ...

  • Scotland
Islay

Island

Blackwood (2002) – based on Mainland in the Shetland Islands, making this the most northerly distillery in Scotland. Highland Park (1798) – until the Blackwood ...

  • Scotland
Island

Highland

Aberfeldy (1896) Balblair (1790) – this distillery was closed from 1915-47. Ben Nevis (1825) Blair Athol (1798) Burnfoot – see Glen Ord. Clynelish (1967) ...

  • Scotland
Highland

Campbeltown

Glengyle (2004) – a new distillery that is using the site of the old Glengyle that closed in 1925. Glen Scotia (1832) Springbank (1828) The ...

  • Scotland
Campbeltown