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Ardmore Whisky

Ardmore Highland Single Malt Scotch Whisky

Owner:                            Region/district:                        Beam Global           Highland

Spirits & Wine

Founded:    Status:          Capacity:

1898            Active           5 200 000 litres

 Address: Kennethmont,

Aberdeenshire AB54 4NH                              

 Tel:                       website:

01464 831213         www.ardmorewhisky.com


1898 – Adam Teacher, son of William Teacher, starts the construction of Ardmore Distillery which eventually becomes William Teacher & Sons´ first distillery. Adam Teacher passes away before it is completed.

 1955 – Stills are increased from two to four.

 1973 – A visitor centre is constructed.

 1974 – Another four stills are added, increasing the total to eight.

 1976 – Allied Breweries takes over William Teacher & Sons and thereby also Ardmore. The own maltings (Saladin box) is terminated.

 1999 A 12 year old is released to commemorate the distillery’s 100th anniversary. A 21 year old is launched in a limited edition.

 2002 – Ardmore is one of the last distilleries to abandon direct heating (by coal) of the stills in favour of indirect heating through steam.

 2005 – Jim Beam Brands becomes new owner when it takes over some 20 spirits and wine brands from Allied Domecq for five billion dollars.

 2007 – Ardmore Traditional Cask is launched. 

2008 – A 25 and a 30 year old are launched.

The above timeline is a quote from Malt Whisky Year Book, written by author Ingvar Ronde, we thank you for your inspirational work - Buy the latest copy of the book here!

The book is written by Ingvar Ronde in English, with contributions from many whisky experts, just to name a few: Chris Bunting, Gavin D Smith, Ian Buxton, Charles MacLean, Dominic Roskrow, Colin Dunn and Neil Ridley.

The 2012 edition has been extended by 24 pages to a total of 300 pages. Malt Whisky Yearbook 2012 tells you everything you need to know about the Scottish, Irish and Japanese distilleries, flavored with more than 500 pictures. Additionally, there is a detailed walkthrough of brand new and planned distilleries, along with distilleries from countries we do not usually associate with whisky. 
Shortly put, Malt Whisky Yearbook 2012 is a fantastic piece of reference, which will tell you everything you need to know about the malt whisky of the world - and more!