Single Malt Scotch Whisky
Found in 1790 Balblair is one of Scotland's oldest single malt whisky distilleries, and one of the prettiest.
Balblair is one of Scotland’s oldest distilleries. Their tried and tested method of whisky production has allowed them to create some of the finest single malt whiskies for over 200 years. They like to take things particularly slowly with a 62-hour long fermentation process and a four and a half hour long distillation process.
Balbair is featured in Ken Loach’s award-winning 2012 film "The Angels’ Share," as the location for the auction of a cask of extremely rare whisky from Malt Mill Distillery on Islay
Balblair was built upon what was once an ancient Pictish gathering ground.
Only 15% of Balblair's total produce is used to make their single malts. The rest can be found in various blended whiskies.
Balblair Distillery was founded in 1790 in the Highlands by John Ross. For over 100 years, the distillery passed through the hands of the Ross family before being sold to Alexander Cowan in 1894. From 1911 to 1948, the stills of the distillery fell silent. Fortunately, since then Balblair has gone from strength to strength.
Balblair is known for flavours of...