|Name||Pronounced||AKA||Region||Country of Origin|
|Status||Active||Whisky Type||Website||Tours Available|
|Active||1897 - Present||Malt||Tamdhu||Not Available|
|Manager||Distiller||Blender||Owned by||Parent Group|
|Not Listed||Ian MacLeod Distillers|
1896-97: Established by William Grant on the site locally known as "The Smugglers’ Glen". This site has been popular because of its excellent spring water. In those days the distillery was one of the most modern distilleries in the United Kingdom. An other source says: Built by the Tamdhu Distillery Co. Ltd., owned by a consortium of blenders
1899: Purchased by the Highland Distilleries Co. Ltd.
1900: Production was halved because of the resession
1927-47: Distillery was closed because of depression
1972: Extended from two to four stills
1974: Stills became steamheated
1975: Extended from four to six stills and largely rebuilt. Saladin maltings. Visitor centre in former Knockando railway station, viewing galleries
1999: Owned by Highland Distillers
2004: Owned by The Edrington Group
Can I tour Tamdhu?
No, unfortunately Tamdhu distillery is not open to the public for tours