Benromach is the smallest working distillery in Speyside.

Benromach Distillery was built in 1898, the year of the great distillery boom. Alexander Edward of Sanquhar, a well-known promoter of new distilleries, granted a feu charter to the Benromach Distillery Company for a plot of his land, north of the railway line in Forres. The distillery was designed by the famous Elgin Architect, Charles Doig.

The distillery was closed and dismantled in 1983 along with a number of other distilleries. In 1993 the site was purchased by Gordon & MacPhail and several years later work commenced on re-equipping the distillery.

Finally in 1998 the distillery began producing whisky again. In 1999, visitors welcomed to the Malt Whisky Centre, now part of the “Malt Whisky Trail”.

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Giving Back

Gold Medal Marketing believes in giving back. With this in mind, from time to time we will have a single barrel bottling of Single Malt Whisky where a portion of the proceeds are donated to charity. Our current bottling is with Springbank Distillery, a 12 Year Old Single Cask, Cask Strength, Single malt, matured in Refill Sherry Casks. Click here to learn more.