The Auld Alliance

Scottish Pub - Paris

Whiskies distillers

Situated at Ballindalloch on the road from Aberlour to Grantown, Cragganmore Distillery was built in 1869 and is said to have been the first distillery to be built to take..

Drambuie is a delicious balance of fine aged scotch whiskies, including many malts...

Scotland has more distilleries that have ceased production than those that still distil today. Many have been knocked down some have been replaced by supermarkets..

The Famous Grouse blended whisky dates back to 1800 when the 'Grouse brand' was created by Matthew Gloag...

Michael Jackson describes the whisky as being 'clean, uncluttered malty whisky that is very easy to drink'...

This distillery is one of several situated on the road between Rothes and Elgin. It was built in 1898 by William Simpson and James Carle the former manager at Glenfarclas...

Glengarioch Distillery is found outside Aberdeen in the farming town of Old Meldrum. It's an appropriate place for a whisky distillery...

Set in the town of Rothes in Speyside, Glen Grant is apparently the second highest selling malt whisky worldwide...

The distillery is said to be haunted by Duncan MacCallum who bought the distillery in 1924. He committed suicide by drowning himself ...

The good news is that Glendronach's reopening in 2003 is no flash in the pan, and Allied are investing further funds into their second largest brand...

Still in family hands since it was founded, the Glenfarclas Distillery is one of Speyside's independent whisky producers...

Founded in 1887, with machinery bought from the Cardhu Distillery, William Grant created Glenfiddich...

Glengoyne Distillery lies in a tranquil wooded glen on the western edge of the Campsie Fells. It takes its name from Glen Guin, or 'Glen of the Wild Geese'...

Lowland, but full-bodied, with a floral and very grassy character Marketed as 'The Edinburgh Malt' the Glenkinchie distillery is located in Pencaitland...

Meadow flowers and soft fruits. Older examples are often more sherried Sitting in the Glen of the same name, taking its water from the River Livet which feeds into the Spey, Glenlivet has been producing whisky since the days when only small scale domestic production was legal...

Citric, a little spicy with a nutty finish. A light elegant dram. Glenmorangie distillery lies just north of Tain, on the wind-swept coastline of Easter Ross. The distillery has only sixteen distillery workers - two for each of its eight stills...

The first spirit flowed through the stills of Glenrothes on the day the Tay Rail Bridge collapsed, on 28th December 1879...

This small farm distillery dates back to 1775, and is one of the great survivors of the whisky industry...

Dating back to 1798, the Northernmost distillery in Scotland, Highland Park, is situated on the outskirts of Kirkwall the capital of Orkney...

Smoky, big and sweet Situated at Carron just across the river from Dailuaine distillery, Imperial was built by Thomas Mackenzie in 1897. ..