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Invergordon Distillery History
Established in1961 by Invergordon Distillers Ltd The Distillery occupies an eighty-acre site on the northern shore of the Cromarty Firth in the northeast Highlands, The area has some of the best arable land in Scotland.
Invergordon town takes its name from an eighteenth-century laird, Sir William Gordon. The Cromarty Firth is one of the best deep-water harbours in Europe and was an important commercial port and naval base. The distillery was commissioned in 1959 to create employment in the area, following the departure of the Royal Navy
During 1963 a second pair of Coffey stills were installed this was followed in 1978 with the installation of another larger Coffey still which had additional columns for production of neutral spirit
At some point in 1988 there was a management buyout at Invergordon
Invergordon launched a Single Grain whisky in 1990
The distillery was taken over by Whyte & Mackay group in 1993 now part of Kyndal Spirits Ltd since 2001, however still under Whyte & Mackay control.
Invergordon Distillery Bottlings
The Invergordon Single Grain 10 Year Old
Invergordon Distillery Independent Bottlings
Ben Wyvis Distillery History 1965-1977
The Ben Wyvis distillery was built in 1965 on the Invergordon Grain Distillery complex to produce whisky for blending purposes.
An earlier distillery named Ben Wyvis existed in late 1890’s to 1920’s – no whisky from this particular distillery is known to exist.
During 1974 one cask was bottled and released as a single malt for export to US. Three years later in 1977 The Ben Wyvis distillery was closed and dismantled
Ben Wyvis Distillery Bottlings
Ben Wyvis 27 Year Old Single Malt whisky
(1972 vintage) – limited bottling
Ben Wyvis Distillery Independent Bottlings