With a capacity of over 4 million litres per year, Dufftown is currently the largest of Diageo's 27 working distilleries, although this will change once the Roseisle complex comes online later in 2009. The distillery was founded in 1895/6 by the blender Peter Mackenzie in partnership with Richard Stackpole and John Symon. Symon owned the sawmi ... Read More »
A 1997 vintage Dufftown from independent bottlers Signatory as part of their Cask Strength Collection. This was distilled in the year Grand Metropolitan and the distillery's then owners, Guinness, merge to create Diageo.
A 1979 vintage whisky from the Dufftown distillery, bottled by Murray McDavid. This is a rather classic bottling from the often experimental indie, distilled in December 1979, matured for 17 years in a refill sherry cask and the bottled in August 1997.
A very rare bottling from Dufftown distillery in Speyside. This is quite possibly the oldest official release from the distillery, at 40 years old. Bottled at 45.3% (80 proof) and in a square, brown glass bottle.