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Founded in 1790 Balblair is the second oldest working distillery in Scotland. It is situated on the Dornoch firth, one of the most stunning scenic areas of Scotland. The area is known as the 'parish of the peats' whilst the name Balblair means battlefield or town of the plain. John Ross founded the distillery and ran it as a thriving business until in 1817 he was sequestrated, however, this did not stop him and in 1824 was joined by his son Andrew in the family business. The distillery stayed in the Ross family until in 1894 when the tenancy was taken over by Alexander Cowan. In 1948 Mr. Robert Cumming who promptly expanded the distillery and increased production bought the freehold. Mr Cumming ran the distillery until 1970 when he sold it to what became Allied distillers, for the first time in its history Balblair was not owned by local businessmen. In 1996 Balblair was purchased Inver House Distillers. The distillery itself is a two pot still capable of producing approximately 1.4 million litres of whisky a year. The water is drawn from the Ault Dearg burn which originates in the Struie hill.

Distillery: Balblair
Region: Highland
Established: 1790
Status: Active
Proprietor: InterBev (Inver House Distillers)
Stills: 1 wash still, 2 spirit stills
Capacity: 1,330,000 litres of alcohol per year
Open To Visitors: Tours by appointment only

Contact: Balblair Distillery
Water Source: The Allt Dearg

Balblair Elements

Balblair Elements

£104.16 ex VAT
£124.99 inc VAT
A rare and discontinued bottling from Balblair. Please note that this bottle does not have packaging and will not arrive with the displayed tag on its neck.
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