Elusive distillery once located ‘somewhere in the Grampians’.
Highland single malt Scotch whisky
Cashside distillery is noted as operating in Aberdeenshire in the early part of the 19th century, although its precise location is unknown.
However, James Connan, probably the distiller, is listed three years later as a spirits dealer at 109 Gallowgate, Aberdeen.
Cashside was licensed to James Connan and Co. in 1826, but the operation closed in the same year. Connan however remained in the whisky business, a spirits dealer at 109 Gallowgate, Aberdeen.
- 1826 The distillery opens
- 1826 The distillery closes
A lost Islay distillery that was open only briefly in the 1810s.
One of many lost distilleries in Argyll that was operational briefly in the 18th century.
A family-run Perthshire operation that distilled whisky for a short time in the 1820s.