An urban 19th century distillery in the centre of Perth.
Highland single malt Scotch whisky
One of many small licensed distilleries that sprang up in Perthshire over the decades, Ardtalnaig was located in the village of the same name, probably next to the Allt a Chilleine river that flowed into Loch Tay.
The village and local area were sufficiently populated in the 19th century to boast an 80-desk school, although attendance in 1880 was only 30.
Ardtalnaig distillery was licensed to Alexander McDougall & Co. in 1830. Two further owners took on the distillery before it closed for good in 1840.
- 1830 Ardtalnaig is licensed to Alexander McDougall
- 1832 The distillery falls silent
- 1833 John Reid & Co. are briefly named as distillers at Ardtalnaig
- 1830s The licence passes to John McIntyre
- 1840 McIntyre is sequestrated and Ardtalnaig distillery is closed
Perth and Kinross
A lost distillery located at the town of the same name, close to the River Tay.
Perhaps a misspelling of Duntanlich, the site of two farms near Pitlochry.
One of many distilleries in and around Moulin and Pitlochry in the early to mid-19th century.