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STRATHMILL is a malt whiskey distillery in Moray, famous for its full-bodied and spicy whiskeys.
The single malt whiskey from the Strathmill Scottish distillery is very rare.
Strathmill is one of three distilleries within the Moray town of Keith, in the heart of the "Malt Whiskey Country".
Unlike the other two distilleries of Keith, Strathisla and Glen Keith, Strathmill is not owned by Chivas (part of the Pernod Ricard group) but since 1997 by Diageo who runs it for the production of blends such as J & B whiskey.
The site was originally home to a grain mill, founded by AG Johnstone in 2000 as Strathisla Mills, but after a boom in the whiskey industry between 1890 and 1899 it was turned into a distillery in 1891.
Some buildings date back to its days of whiskey production.
It was during this era of great demand that about thirty other distilleries were built in the area.
It was in 1895 when the producers of gin W. & A. Gilbey bought the distillery that the name was changed from Glenisla-Glenlivet to its current name of Strathmill, the name deriving from the Gaelic term "Strath" which means "low valley" and " mill "" relative to its previous use.
The production equipment consists of two washbasins, two distillers and seven on-site warehouses; five traditional warehouses and two warehouses in the rack.
It has a production capacity of 1,800,000 liters of pure alcohol per year.