The Speyside distillery has been around since the 1800's. The distillery started life as a barley mill and progressed into distillation. The distillery officially closed at the end of the 1960's, but over the next 25 years it has been carefully rebuilt to be one of the most beautiful in Scotland, the first spirit flowing from their stills on Christmas day 1990.


Spey Chairman's Choice
There is a tradition that the Chairman of the company would select the best casks to serve loved ones on...
Tomatin 16 - That Boutique-y Whisky Company
A Single cask Tomatin! We bet you won't ever be able to figure out the reason behind what they've put on the...
Spey Fumare
This release from Spey is the first peated whisky produced, part of the Latin range. Fumare being Latin for smokey....
Spey Trutina
Trutina is one of the most recent releases from the Speyside Distillery. The Latin word Trutina means true or honest....
Spey 18 Year Old
One of the few aged whiskies available from Speyside Distillery. Selected from some of their oldest stock. This whisky has...
Spey Tenne
Another expression on the Latin range, Tenne is Latin for Tawny. This whisky is matured in Bourbon barrels initially, then...