Strathmill

    Strathmill Distillery was founded in 1891, converted from a corn mill established in 1823. Originally called the Glenisla-Glenlivet distillery, it was renamed Strathmill in 1895 when it was acquired by gin producers W. & A. Gilbey. The name derives from the Gaelic word ‘Strath’, meaning “shallow valley”, and “mill”, referring to its former use as a corn mill.

    W. & A. Gilbey merged with United Wine Traders Ltd in 1962 to form International Distillers and Vintners (IDV). IDV was bought by British brewer Watney Mann in 1972 which was acquired by Grand Metropolitan six months later. In 1997 W&A Gilbey was included in Grand Metropolitan’s merger with Guinness PLC to form Diageo PLC, leading to the 2001 Strathmill F&F release.

  • Strathmill 12 Years

    Strathmill 12 Years

    Speyside ABV 43%
  • Strathmill 1988 – 30 Years

    Strathmill 1988 – 30 Years

    Speyside ABV 52.6%