The Fettercairn Distillery is located in the foothills of Scotland's Cairngorms, half way between Aberdeen and Perth. Seize the opportunity to visit Fettercairn and discover how our unique spirit is crafted with one of our knowledgeable tour guides. Following each tour every adult can enjoy a dram or two of our exceptional Highland Single Malt.
For almost 200 years, generations of passionate distillers, engineers and inventors have acquired, developed, applied and shared the knowledge required to ensure that we continue to make great whisky our own way, every day.
Our founder Sir Alexander Ramsay was one of the Scottish Landowners who campaigned to license Scotch Whisky distillation. In 1824, he was one of the first to apply for a license, and the Fettercairn distillery was opened. Since then we have gone to extraordinary lengths to capture the purest expression of our whisky's character. Our unique copper cooling ring continuously drenches the stills in crystal-clear mountain water which ensures the purest possible spirit and gives Fettercairn its unique character. After distillation, time, wood and warehousing work their magic.
Seize the opportunity to visit Fettercairn distillery and discover how our unique spirit is crafted with one of our knowledgeable tour guides. Following each tour every adult can enjoy a dram or two of our Highland Single Malts.
The Fettercairn Distillery is located halfway between Aberdeen (1 hour) and Perth (1 hour)- off the A90 at the Junction for the village of Fettercairn.
Sat Nav postcode AB30 1YB
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