Where does Dalwhinnie Single Malt Whisky come from?

Where does Dalwhinnie Single Malt Whisky come from?

The Whisky. The Dalwhinnie distillery sits at the heart of the majestic Cairngorms National Park in the Scottish Highlands. The distillery does a range of official bottlings, with its signature single malt being the 15 year-old although the distillery also produces a 20 year-old and a 36 year-old, among other Distillers Editions.

Is the Dalwhinnie Distillery open for business?

Find the latest information, plus We’re Open and Good to Go (Covid-safe) businesses. Dalwhinnie Distillery is home to a famous Highland Single Malt Whisky renowned for its gentle flavours accentuated with notes of heather honey, citrus, vanilla and sweet malt.

What to do in the visitor centre at Dalwhinnie?

Other tour options are available at Dalwhinnie Distillery. And those who have no time for either a tour or tasting are most welcome to relax in the visitor centre, watch a short DVD, or browse an extensive selection of fine malt whiskies on sale.

Where are the single malt distilleries in Scotland?

Dalwhinnie is 1.5 hours south of Inverness on the A9, 2 hours north of Edinburgh on the A9 and 1 hour east of Fort William on the A86 and A82. Located close to the A9 and A86, its central location makes it a great base for exploring other single malt distilleries and is only a short drive away from Aviemore, Pitlochry and Fort William.

How big is the stills at Dalwhinnie Distillery?

The Pot Stills Dalwhinnie operates with only a single wash still, at 17,000 litres, and a single spirit still at 14,000 liters. Both stills are made by Abercrombie & Co and have a “traditional” still shape with a large bulbous base and a gradually narrowing neck. The neck of the pot still is very tall.

Where is the whisky distillery in Scotland located?

Dalwhinnie Distillery, situated in the Highland village of Dalwhinnie in Scotland, produces Single Malt Scotch Whisky.

Which is the best place to visit Dalwhinnie?

For most visitors Dalwhinnie’s best known attraction is likely to be the distillery, but the village’s setting at the head of Loch Ericht means that those who are prepared to walk a little way will be rewarded by fine views, including of remote Ben Alder and its neighbouring mountains beyond the loch to the southwest.