Single Malt Scottish Whisky from the Imperial Distillery
This page refers to Scottish Single Malts from the Imperial Distillery. Imperial Distillery was founding in the town of Carron by Thomas Mackenzie in 1897 and was named after Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee. The distillery itself has had a hard time over the year, closing on several occasions for long periods. Like a lot of distilleries it primary reason for producing whisky was for blends and the Imperial brands where used in the likes of Teacher's, Old Smuggler, Long John and Ballantine's blends. For more details about this distillery please visit the Scottish Distillery page on this website with the letter I.