Founded by William Teacher in 1891 in Kennethmont, they still have several old stills and the old steam boiler, once the distillery’s power source. Curiosity: the name in Gaelic means “Great Promontory” Between 1817 and 1835 there was another “Ardmore” distillery, but on Islay, which was later incorporated by Lagavulin. As well as being among the largest distilleries in Scotland, the barrels are built and repaired by their own coopers.

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