Built in Fort Williams, in the Inverness region, it overlooks the Loch Ness canal. Built in 1825 by Long John McDonald, one of the most famous personalities in the world of whiskey, it takes its name from the mountain of the same name, the highest in Scotland, with which it shares proximity. Closed in 1986, it was then bought in 1989 and reopened in 1991 by Nikka. Curiosity: having both column and copper stills, it is one of the very few distilleries that could produce Single Blends: a blend of barley and wheat from a single distillery. In 2010 Ben Nevis and Benromach were the only two distilleries to use beer whites in their production. Often there is a radical change of production after the purchase by Nikka, for the worse.
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