Teaninich is a Highland distillery used as a workhorse by Diageo to produce malt for its blends - principally Johnnie Walker, but also Vat 69 and Haig. Built in 1817, Teaninich has been owned by Distiller's Company Litd (DCL, later to become part of Diageo) since the 1930s. Teaninich was expanded in 1970 with the addition of a building housing ... Read More »
A 2004 vintage whisky from Teaninich, bottled as part of the Connoisseurs Choice range by Gordon & Macphail. Thanks to it's popularity as a blending malt we don't see all that much from Teaninich on the market, so it's good to find an ongoing indie release non-chillfiltered and at 46%.
A 1973 whisky from hidden Highland gem Teaninich, bottled by the discerning folks at Berry Brothers and Rudd for the Boisdale group of whisky restaurants. Matured in a single hogshead for almost 40 years before being bottled in 2012.
A 1982 vintage whisky from Teaninich, selected as part of the prestige Directors' Cut range from Douglas Laing. Distilled in December 1982 and bottled almost exactly 30 years in December 2012 after maturing in a refill butt.
A 1969 vintage Teaninich bottled by Gordon & Macphail as part of their Connoisseurs Choice series. This was distilled the year before a new extension was built to the distillery with six new stills added.
A special and rare bottling of Teaninich single malt, more usually found these days as part of Johnnie Walker. This was released in 1991 to celebrate the reopening of the distillery, closed since 1985, and a visit from the Highland Regional Council, Ross & Cromarty Distinct council and the Ross & Cromarty Local Enterprise Company.