An auctioneer's guide to Speyside Distilled, built in 1962 and located near Kingussie.

Speyside distillery was built in 1962 and is located near Kingussie in the south of the Speyside region. Its founder, George Christie, had previously built the North of Scotland grain distillery in Clackmannan, and sourced Speyside's stills from Lochside. The distillery's malt has been bottled under the Drumguish, Glentromie and Cu Dhub labels, among others, and has also found its way further afield: in blends destined for the Asian market, as an addition to neutral spirit to make Bhutanese whisky, and as a single malt range called 'Spey' in Taiwan. The distillery was purchased by Harvey's of Edinburgh in 2013.

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