Opened by John Duff in 1897 it is surrounded by pure water springs. An initial boom followed which ended with closure in 1903 to 1965 when Glenlivet Distilleries Ltd bought it and reopened it. In 2001 it was bought by Chivas who closed it a year later and then sold it in 2004 to Billy Walker and associates who brought it to what it is today. Curiosity: For the first few years it was known as Longmorn n ° 2, it took a hundred years to overcome the inferiority complex. Despite being closed from 1900 to 1965, it continued to produce barley malt for the Longmorn distillery nearby The stills used should be exact replicas of the 1898 originals

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