Miscellaneous

Who owns Tamdhu distillery?

Who owns Tamdhu distillery?

distiller Ian Macleod Distillers
Family owned whisky distiller Ian Macleod Distillers, which owns the Tamdhu, Glengoyne and Smokehead brands, has agreed an £80m refinancing to position the business for its next phase of growth.

Can you visit Tamdhu distillery?

There’s no visitor center at Tamdhu in the moment. There used to be a shop and visitor center in the Old Knockando Station but it’s not open any more. There are distillery tours offered as a part of the Speyside Festival program in spring but you have to be quick and book them in advance.

Who owns Old Pulteney distillery?

Inver House Distillers
Old Pulteney distillery

Region: Highland
Owner InterBev (Inver House Distillers)
Founded 1826
Status Active
No. of stills 1 wash still, 1 spirit still

Who owns Famous Grouse Whisky?

The Edrington Group
The Famous Grouse is a brand of blended Scotch whisky, first produced by Matthew Gloag & Son in 1896, and currently produced and owned by The Edrington Group. The single malt whiskies used in The Famous Grouse blend include the Edrington-owned Highland Park and The Macallan.

What region is Tamdhu?

The Tamdhu distillery is nestled in the Speyside whisky region, in the northeast of Scotland. The area is famous for whisky production thanks to the fertile glens and the River Spey which runs through it, making it the most densely populated whisky region in the world.

Who owns Balblair distillery?

Balblair Distillery is a Scotch whisky distillery located in Edderton, Ross-shire, Scotland….Balblair distillery.

Region: Highland
Owner InterBev (Inver House Distillers)
Founded 1790
Status Active
Water source The Allt Dearg

Who Makes Old Pulteney whisky?

Old Pulteney single malt is distilled in the historic Caithness fishing port of Wick at the Pulteney distillery, and appropriately is marketed by owner Inver House Distillers as ‘The Genuine Maritime Malt’.

Is Tamdhu a peaty?

Notes to Editors: Tamdhu is 100% matured in the finest Oloroso sherry oak casks from Spain. Born on the banks of the River Spey in 1897, its quality is also defined by the hint of peat in its malted barley and the natural Speyside water that is drawn directly from the Tamdhu spring.

Who owns Speyburn Distillery?

Inver House Distillers acquired Speyburn in 1991. Pacific Spirits, now known as International Beverage Holdings Ltd, a Thai based beverage company, acquired Inver House in October 2001. Speyburn has a production capacity of 1.9 million liters of pure alcohol.

Who owns Balmenach Distillery?

Inver House Distillers Limited
The Distillery is owned by Inver House Distillers Limited, a privately owned distiller whose other distilleries include: Speyburn-Glenlivet Distillery; Knockdhu Distillery; Balblair Distillery; and, Old Pulteney Distillery.

What is the capacity of Tamdhu distillery?

The distillery is of good size; her six stills have a total capacity of four million litres annually, though at present Tamdhu runs at three quarters of this. Tamdhu installed a substantial Saladin box malting system in 1950.

Where is Tamdhu whisky made?

Tamdhu distillery is a single malt Scotch Speyside whisky distillery, located in the village of Knockando in Banffshire, Scotland.

What are Tamdhu’s bottlings?

Under current owners, Ian MacLeod, Tamdhu’s bottlings include a 10 year-old, 100% sherry-matured standard bottling and a non-age-statement (NAS) 100% sherry matured “Batch Strength”. The “Batch Strength” is in its second edition as of early 2017.

How many bottles of Tamdhu are in a limited edition?

Ian MacLeod initially released a “Limited Edition” bottling of 1000 bottles to commemorate the rebirth of the distillery. These were aged in first-fill sherry casks. Previous owners, Highland Distillers, bottlings of Tamdhu included a 10-year-old, 18-year-old and a no-age-statement bottling.