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Blair Athol


Information about the Blair Athol Distillery can be seen at the bottom of this page.
  
   

Blair Athol 1999, 14yo, 56,5%, Cadenhead's Authentic Collection

Blair Athol 1999, 14yo, 56,5%, Cadenhead's Authentic Collection
Blair Athol 14 år, 56,5%, Cadenhead's Authentic Collection
549,00DKK

Blair Athol 1997, 19yo, 54,5%. Cadenheads International Release 14

Blair Athol 1997, 19yo, 54,5%. Cadenheads International Release 14
Blair Athol 1997, 19år, 54,5%. Cadenheads International Release 14
695,00DKK
  
   

Blair Athol Distillery

The distillery is located on the south edge of Pitlochry in Perthshire, near the River Tummel.

The distillery was founded in 1798 by John Steward and Robert Robertson, originally named 'Aldour', after the Allt Dour burn the distillery draws it water from, but closed soon after opening. The distillery opened again and changed ownership to John Robertson in 1825.

It was sold several times in the period after, going from John Robertson to Alexander Conacher & Co., then to John Conacher & Co, which was inherited by Elizabeth Conacher in 1860. It was sold again to Peter Fraser & Co, and again to Peter Mackenzie of P. McKenzie & Co Distillers Limited in 1882.

The distillery closed down in 1932. The mothballed distillery was bought by Arthur Bell and Sons, but didn't open again until it was rebuilt in 1949. In 1973 the distillery expanded, adding two further stills to the previous two.