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Dalmunach

Dalmunach Distillery, owned by French group Pernod Ricard, was built on the site of a former distillery near Carron in Moray and was officially opened by Scotland’s first minister Nicola Sturgeon in June 2015.

The distillery is named after a nearby pool in the River Spey and has a production capacity of around 10 million litres of spirit a year. The distillery features eight copper stills with tulip and onion shapes, replicating the stills of the original Imperial Distillery which had been located on the same site until 2012.

2015
Active
Carron, AB38 7QP
Speyside