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Blair Athol

Blair Athol distillery stands at the gateway to the Scottish Highlands in the picturesque town of Pitlochry, Perthshire

Blair Athol distillery stands at the gateway to the Scottish Highlands in the picturesque town of Pitlochry, Perthshire. From the water of the Allt Dour burn comes a whisky with a mellow deep-toned aroma, a strong fruity flavour and a smooth finish – an irreplaceable contributor to the Bell's Blend, one of the most popular blended whiskies in the UK.

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A whisky both mellow and deep

Distinctive in tone and flavour

Sherry, shortbread, ginger and even apricots are contained within this little-known Highland Single Malt Scotch Whisky.

The Blair Athol distillery

The Blair Athol distillery

Established in 1798 on peaty moorland south of Pitlochry in the foothills of the Grampian mountains, Blair Athol’s ancient source of water is the Allt Dour – in Gaelic “the burn of the otter”, which flows through the grounds from the slopes of Ben Vrackie. Closed in 1932, Blair Athol was saved during the depression by Arthur Bell and Sons. In 1949 it was extensively rebuilt, re-opened, and has been in production ever since.

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An ancient Highland malt
Still sweet to taste

A most unusual drop

Known as one of the most scenic regions in Scotland, this land of rugged peaks and heather covered moorland is geographically the largest of the whisky-producing regions. Blair Athol whisky holds its own against the region’s warm, rounded single malt whiskies.