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Aultmore Whisky

Aultmore Speyside Single Malt Scotch Whisky

Owner:                            Region/district:                        John Dewar & Sons Speyside


Founded:    Status:          Capacity:

1896            Active           3 030 000 litres

Address: Keith, Banffshire AB55 6QY

Tel:                         website:

01542 881800           -


1896 – Alexander Edward, owner of Benrinnes and co-founder of Craigellachie Distillery, builds Aultmore.

1897 – Production starts.

1898 – Production is doubled; the company Oban & Aultmore Glenlivet Distilleries Ltd manages Aultmore.

1923 – Alexander Edward sells Aultmore for £20,000 to John Dewar & Sons.

1925 – Dewar’s becomes part of Distillers Company Limited (DCL).

1930 – The administration is transferred to Scottish Malt Distillers (SMD).

1971 – The stills are increased from two to four.

1991 – UDV launches a 12-year old Aultmore in the Flora & Fauna series.

1996 – A 21 year old cask strength is marketed as a Rare Malt.

1998 – Diageo sells Dewar’s and Bombay Gin to Bacardi for £1,150 million.

2004 A new official bottling is launched  (12 years old).


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!

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