Among the oldest distilleries in the Northen Highlands, some date it back to 1749 but it was built by John Ross in 1790. This location was not chosen by chance, in fact in Edderton, a village located near Tain, it is known as “the parish of peat “, as here it is light and friable in a vast extension. Together with the abundance of water it was a land of clandestine distillation. This first “Balblair” was then completely removed giving birth in 1894 to the current distillery. Fun Fact: The Ross family was so prolific that the area is now known as Ross-shire, in Gaelic: Place of Rabbits. It was closed in 1915 and reopened at the end of the Second World War

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