For many years Craigellachie was a key malt in the White Horse blend, famous through out the 1950's and 60's. Craigellachie has always favoured a slower production and has held on to its traditional worm tubs, although the cast iron tubs were replaced with stainless steel in 2014. These gave Craigellachie a heavy, oily spirit favoured amongst blenders. Recently Craigellachie has come in to its own as a Single Malt and has released several expression in the last few years. Craigellachie has two sets of stills producing 4.1 million litres per year.
Craigellachie is not open to the public.