Ardnamurchan Distillery is a Scottish whisky distillery located in the village of Glenbeg in the Ardnamurchan peninsula, on the western coast of Scotland. The distillery was founded in 2014 and started producing whisky in 2016.
Ardnamurchan’s production process is highly innovative and sustainable, using locally-sourced barley and renewable energy sources such as hydroelectric power and biomass boilers. The distillery’s production process includes a long fermentation period, slow distillation, and maturation in a variety of casks, including ex-bourbon and ex-sherry casks.
The distillery produces a range of single malt whiskies with a distinctive flavor profile, characterized by notes of heather honey, vanilla, and smoke. Ardnamurchan’s whiskies have been highly praised by whisky experts and enthusiasts alike, winning several awards and accolades.
The distillery offers guided tours and tastings, allowing visitors to learn about the distilling process and the history of Ardnamurchan whisky. Visitors can also purchase exclusive bottlings and merchandise from the distillery’s shop.
Ardnamurchan’s commitment to using locally-sourced ingredients and renewable energy sources makes it a standout in the whisky industry, and a must-visit destination for whisky enthusiasts and those interested in sustainable production methods.