Single Malt Scottish Whisky from the Dalwhinnie Distillery
This page refers to Scottish Single Malts from the Dalwhinnie Distillery. Dalwhinnie Distillery is one that is a hidden gem and came to light when Diageo released a malt in their classic series in 1987. It was the highest working distillery in Scotland for six years between 2002 and 2008. Dalwhinnie distillery was once called Strathspey, and some would say this distillery is in the Speyside region, but it surely does not matter as it is truly a Highland malt whisky distillery.
The water used in the production of its whisky is from the highest source of water used in any malts within Scotland. The water source is called Lochan an Doire-Uaine meaning in Gaelic for "lake in the green grove". The water flows down the mountain over peat fields and is the highest quality of highland spring water that is available. For more details about this distillery, please visit the Scottish Distillery page on this website with the letter D.