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Glen Elgin

For generations this little-known Speyside distillery has lent its distinctive flavour to one of the world’s most famous blends

For generations this little-known Speyside distillery has lent its distinctive flavour to one of the world’s most famous blends. Fortunately for all Scotch lovers, today Glen Elgin whisky’s honey-sweet character is available to sample in its own right.

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A fine malt fragrant with fruit blossom

Explore the subtle depths of Glen Elgin.

A characteristic heather-honey on the nose leads on to a pleasant malty palate, but never too rich. Sweet to start, then fruity, Glen Elgin whisky is a typical Speyside – complex, fragrant, with a delicious orange blossom finish.

The Glen Elgin distillery

The Glen Elgin distillery

Founded at the end of the whisky boom in 1898, Glen Elgin was designed by the distillery architect Charles Doig of Elgin. Today, as the summer house-martins swoop among the worm tubs at the distillery on the edge of the Royal Burgh of Elgin, little seems to have changed in over a hundred years.

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South of the River Lossie
A well-kept secret

Waiting to be discovered

Glen Elgin is an unusually distinctive Speyside Single Malt Scotch Whisky, from a little known traditional distillery, that finds its home 10 miles south of where the river Lossie exits to the sea.