Perthshire distillery that operated in the early 19th century.
Cants Mill distillery
Highland single malt Scotch whisky
A farm-based distillery, Cants Mill (also spelled Cantsmill), once operated about two miles west of Kirriemuir in Angus. It stood on the Canty Burn that drains from Egnomoss westwards to the River Isla. Confusingly, Cants Mill was listed in records under ‘Montrose Collection’, although Montrose is 20 miles to the east.
Cants Mill History
Cants Mill distillery was licensed to George Steel, and survived for just one year in 1825. According to maps, the Cants Mill farm still exists today.
- 1825 Cants Mill distillery opens
- 1826 The distillery closes
Lost Speyside distillery located near Huntly, which was also known as Pirries Mill or Peiries Mill.
Urban Aberdeen distillery that survived 40 years in the early 19th century.
A lost 19th century distillery opened beside the Eden estuary at Guardbridge, Fife.