Our Craigellachie Range

The whisky distillery, founded in 1891, is named after the small town in Scotland where it is located. Using a large stainless steel mash tun and eight washbacks, the distillery produces approximately 2.7 million liters of malt per year. Read more

    The required water is sourced from the nearby Blue Hill spring, and the malt comes from the region in the northeast of Scotland. Over the years, there have been several changes in ownership, and since 1998, it has been part of the Bacardi conglomerate. Craigellachie is particularly known for the White Horse brand.