Glendullan DistilleryGlendullan Distillery

Founded in 1897
Glendullan is located in Dufftown, which is one of the busiest Whisky centers in the world.

In 1898, William Williams & Sons from Aberdeen founded the distillery. In 1902, a Royal request came to the distillery, showing that King Edward VII loved the dram.

In 1926, Distillers Company Limited bought the distillery, and in 1939, Scottish Malt Distillers took over management of the site. In 1962, SMD renovated the site with new stills, and just a decade later a new distillery was built near the original one. In 1985, the original distillery was mothballed, and Diageo bought SMD.

Producing 4 million liters per year, Glendullan is definitely underrated. Even though the distillery has official bottles, it has been released as a part of the Singleton brand since 2007.

The site has 3 wash stills of 33,700 liter capacity, and 3 spirit stills of 23,800 liter capacity. Unpeated maltings are sourced from Diageo's industrial site, with an unforgettable 12 tonnes of mash tun

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About The Flavor Spiral

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What does Glendullan taste like?

The Flavor Spiral™ shows the most common flavours that you'll taste in Glendullan Scotch. It's based on all Glendullan drinks in our large database and gives you a chance to taste Glendullan before actually tasting it.

We invented Flavor Spiral™ here at Flaviar to get all your senses involved in tasting drinks and, frankly, because we think that classic tasting notes are boring.

Distillery Details

  • Country
    United Kingdom, Scotland
  • Region
  • Established
  • Owner
  • Type
    Single malt
  • Number of stills
  • Visitor center
  • Status
  • Address
    Glendullan Distillery Dufftown, Moray AB55 4DJ United Kingdom
  • Phone
    +44 1340 822300
  • Website
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Glendullan is one of the distilleries founded during the Whisky boom, that survived to today.

Glendullan produces more Whisky than most of the distilleries in the 'Classic Malts' selection of Diageo.
Glens a plenty, history in abundance - that's Speyside.

The most densely populated Whisky region in the world sits in a fertile valley of rivers and glens. Home to over half of Scotland’s distilleries, malts from these fifty or so Speyside distilleries are hard to summarize, as there's a lot of flavour variety.

One thing we can say is that they're known for being frugal with peat and lavish with nutty fruit flavours. Apple, pear, honey, vanilla and spice all have a part to play in the Speyside Whiskies. Speyside Whisky also knows its way around a Sherry cask.
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