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Whitehouse distillery

Speyside Single Malt Scotch Whisky

There are numerous places known as Whitehouse or White House in Scotland. Two are listed in Morayshire, which covers the lion’s share of the ‘Elgin Collection’ area: one is at or near Aberlour on the River Spey, the other a few miles south-west of Forres near Dunphail. However, with limited information about these places appearing in current or historical maps it is impossible to say for certain which one was home to the distillery.

However it was recorded that in the first six months of 1826, Whitehouse distilled 2,733 gallons of proof spirit, for which 1,467 bushels of malt were used.

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  • Region
    Speyside
  • Production type
    Single malt
  • Distillery Status
    Demolished
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Whitehouse History

Whitehouse distillery was licensed to Peter McKerron from its establishment in 1825 until its closure in 1829. 

Timeline

  • 1825 Peter McKerron establishes Whitehouse distillery
  • 1829 The distillery ceases production
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Contact

Address
Elgin
Moray
United Kingdom
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See also

  • Glen Elgin Glen Elgin Glen Elgin Distillery & brand

    Glen Elgin

    A major contributor to White Horse.

  • Longmorn Longmorn Longmorn Distillery & brand

    Longmorn

    Chivas-owned filling for blends.

  • Miltonduff Miltonduff Miltonduff Distillery & brand

    Miltonduff

    Produces malt for Ballantine's.

  • Carinarget Carinarget Carinarget Distillery

    Carinarget

    An obscure historical and now long lost distillery in the Elgin area.

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