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Welcome to Glen Ord distillery

In the northern highlands, barley from the Black Isle meets water from the White Burn to make a Scotch of vibrant colour: The Singleton of Glen Ord.

WHERE TO FIND US

Standing on the Black Isle.

Glen Ord Distillery
Muir of Ord
Ross-shire
IV6 7UJ
Tel: 01463 872004
Email: glen.ord.distillery@diageo.com

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Opening Times

January – February

Monday to Friday

11.00 - 16.00

March – October

Monday to Saturday

10.00 - 17.00

Please note, during July and August we are open until 18.00 Monday to Friday
and on Sundays from June to September, 12.00 - 17.00

November – December

Monday to Friday

11.00 - 16.00

Tours of our Distillery
We have a range of tours available. Select a tour to discover more.

Take a virtual tour
Glen Ord Distillery on Google Maps

From the comfort of home

Though you won't be able to soak up the atmosphere of the place, smell the salt spray or roasting malt, a virtual tour will give you an idea of where you might like to visit, and maybe choose a chair to sit and sip in, before you even arrive.

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THE STORY OF GLEN ORD

Uncover the history behind the liquid.

The Black Isle is a peninsula that gets its name from its rich, fertile soil. The land had been in the possession of the MacKenzie family for nearly 700 years when Thomas MacKenzie chose the site for his distillery in 1838.

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