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Distilleries by area

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Central Highlands

Map Central Highlands

The County of Perth, between the Lowlands and the Higlands is famous for its hilly landscapes.
About one hundred distilleries were settled in the area during the 19th century, and just a few of them survived, and some others were build during the 20th century. The area is wider than just the Perth county, as Dalwinnie, in the South of Inverness county is also included in that area.

For a quick description and a map of the producing areas, please click on the map on the left.

For detailed information about a distillery, you can:
- click on a distillery on the map below (just moving the mouse above a still or a pagoda roof will display the name of the distillery)
- click on the name or the picture of the distillery in the table under the map.



Map Central Highlands North of Scotland Cameronbridge Deanston Tullibardine Aberfeldy Blair Athol Edradour
Distillery Creation date Place Status Owner Photo
Aberfeldy
1896
Aberfeldy Active John Dewar's and sons (Bacardi Ltd)
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Blair Athol 1798
Pitlochry Active United Distillers & Vintners (Diageo) Ltd
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Dalwhinnie
1897
Dalwhinnie Active United Distillers & Vintners (Diageo) Ltd
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Deanston 1965
Deanston Active Burn Stewart Group
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Edradour
1837
Pitlochry Active Signatory
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Glenturret 1775
The Hosh, Crieff Active The Edrington group
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Tullibardine 1949
Blackford Active Tullibardine Ltd
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