Founded in 1869 by John Smith near Ballindalloch Castle and named after the basalt rock from Mount Craggan and used to construct the buildings. The owner also decided to build a railway to connect it to the nearby station, making it the first distillery with its own efficient transport. Mainly used in blends such as Old Parr and White Horse, it is part of Diageo’s “Classic Malt Selection”. Curiosity: The spirit stills used have a particular T shape, instead of the classic swan neck, apparently to increase the reflux of the condensed spirit

Its name means “Big Rock”

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