Allt-a Bhainne Distillery
Located in the Southern part of the Speyside region of Scotland, the distilleries water source for all the Malt whiskies it produces are the Scurran and Rowantree Burns. Allt-a-bhaine is one of the newer distilleries in Scotland, having been built in 1975, it has a capacity of 4.5 million litres/one million gallons per annum. Allt a Bhainne gains it’s unique name through it’s meaning which can be translated as "Burn of milk" from Gaelic. Additionally, this was the first distillery to be designed with modernity in mind. All the equipment is in one room, is operated largely under computer control and the process from start to finish can be accomplished by one person. Allt-a-Bhainne does not have its own warehouse, instead the New Make is transported by tanker from the distillery to central warehouses in Keith. Originally designed to produce a light, estery malt for blending requirements, in recent years it has also occasionally produced a heavily-peated variant.