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Inver House Distillers

Scotland —

al Beverage Holdings Limited (InterBev) – the international arm of Asia’s leading drinks business, the Thai Beverage Public Company Limited (ThaiBev) with an outstanding portfolio of beverage alcohol brands across spirits, wine and beer categories. Inver House Distillers owns the current distilleries: Pulteney distillery Balblair distillery Knokdhu distillery Speyburn distillery Balmenach distillery Inver House Distillers owns the c…

House Spirits Distillery

USA — Oregon

Buffalo Trace Distillery

USA — Kentucky

…nley”, “Old Stagg Distillery”, “Leestown Distilling Company, Inc.” & “Ancient Age Distillery”. Named Buffalo Trace Distillery in June 1999. Merged in 2002 with Old Rip van Winkle. Spirits While Buffalo Trace Distillery is mainly known for its bourbon, it also produces other spirits such as rye whiskey and vodka. “Buffalo Trace” is the flagship bourbon made by Buffalo Trace Distillery. It w…

Balvenie Distillery

Scotland — Speyside

the age of 83. In 2007, Balvenie’s Global Brand Ambassador, David Mair presented an online documentary series about the making of malt whisky, shot in and around the Balvenie Distillery. Awards At the 2006 International Spirits Challenge, The Balvenie was awarded gold medals for its Founder’s Reserve 10 Year Old, DoubleWood 12 Year Old, Balvenie NewWood 17 Year Old, PortWood 21 Year Old, Balvenie Thirty and Balvenie Portwood 1991. This is t…

Bunnahabhain Distillery

Scotland — Islay

abhain is a secluded paradise surrounded by natural beauty. The distillery in the village produces The Bunnahabhain (Bon-a-havn) which is one of the milder Islay whiskies available and its taste varies greatly from other fine spirits to be found on the island of Islay, off the west coast of Scotland.The distillery was built in 1881 and sits below the north-east tip of the island and just north of Port Askaig. It overlooks a narrow belt of water (…

H.S. Persse Nun’s Island (Galway) Distillery

Ireland — Western Ireland

…g the reign of Henry VIII supplied nearly the whole of the Kingdom with wine. Many Spanish merchants settled in Galway and the old town was actually arranged on the plan of a Spanish town. Despite this rich past in wines and spirits, the Nun’s Island Distillery was surprisingly the only legal distillery operating in Connaught for the later half of the 19th century. When Alfred Barnard visited the distillery in 1886, he was very impressed by the…

Chivas Brothers

Scotland —

both Prohibition and World War II. Chivas became a fashionable brand of the era, and became associated with Frank Sinatra and the rest of the Rat Pack. Chivas Regal was the Scotch whisky requested by Sinatra, along with other spirits brands backstage at performances,[11] and Chivas sponsored Frank Sinatra’s Diamond Jubilee Tour in 1990. In 1950, the company Chivas Brothers was able to buy the Strathisla Distillery which produces the Strathi…