An isolated Perthshire farm distillery on the lower slopes of Farragon Hill and Creag A' Mhadaidh.
Highland single malt Scotch whisky
This northern Ross-shire distillery would have been housed on one of two farms called East and West Badarrach, also spelled Badarach. Both were close to streams that would have been good water sources.
Badarrach distillery was opened by Thomas Houston in 1826, though it closed seven years later.
Both Badarrach farms appear on OS maps today, although they appear abandoned. As recently as 1912 a Badarrock farm was listed in the Culrain postal area, under farmer A. Findlayson.
- 1826 The distillery opens under Thomas Houston
- 1833 Badarrach distillery closes
A defunct distillery on the Black Isle, near Poyntzfield.
An early Caithness distillery near Halkirk that at one point encompassed two sites.
Could the mysterious lost distillery of Burnbrae have been a neighbour of Kennetpans and Kilbagie?