Glendullan Speyside Scotch Whisky
Owner: Region/district: Diageo Speyside
Founded: Status: Capacity:
1897 Active 3 700 000 litres
Address: Dufftown, Keith, Banffshire AB55 4DJ
01340 822100 www.malts.com
1896-97 – William Williams & Sons, a blending company with Three Stars and Strahdon among its brands, founds the distillery.
1902 – Glendullan is delivered to the Royal Court and becomes the favourite whisky of Edward VII.
1919 – Macdonald Greenlees buys a share of the company and Macdonald Greenlees & Williams Distillers is formed.
1926 – Distillers Company Limited (DCL) buys Glendullan.
1930 – Glendullan is transferred to Scottish Malt Distillers (SMD).
1962 – Major refurbishing and reconstruction.
1972 – A brand new distillery, accommodating six stills, is constructed next to the old one and both operate simultaneously during a few years.
1985 – The oldest of the two distilleries is mothballed.
1995 – The first launch of Glendullan in the Rare Malts series becomes a 22 year old from
2005 – A 26 year old from 1978 is launched in the Rare Malts series.
2007 – Singleton of Glendullan is launched in the USA.
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