Cameron bridge distillery's lesser-known single grain whisky.
Macleay Duff Distillers Profile
Macleay Duff (Distillers) Ltd was best-known as licence-holder of Millburn distillery in Inverness, and as exporter of blended Scotches for DCL. Its brands included Macleay’s Liqueur blended Scotch whisky, Macleay Duff Special Matured Cream blend, Macleay Duff Fine Old blend, Antique blended Scotch, and the blended/vatted malt The Mill Burn.
Macleay Duff Distillers History
The firm of Macleay Duff was established in Glasgow during 1863, but the operation – based in Hope Street – was acquired by the Distillers Company Ltd in 1933 for £325,000, having failed to weather the storms of US Prohibition.
Macleay Duff was licensee of Millburn distillery, from the time of its transfer to DCL’s Scottish Malt Distillers Ltd arm in 1943 until its closure 40 years later.
Distilleries & Brands
- Diageo (Current owner)
- Ainslie & Heilbron Distillers
- Arthur Bell & Sons
- Bulloch Lade & Company
- Distillers Company Limited
- Grand Metropolitan
- Guinness UDV
- James Buchanan & Company
- John Haig & Company
- John Walker & Sons
- Justerini & Brooks
- Lothian Distillers Company
- Mackie & Co
- Peter Dawson
- RH Thomson & Company Distillers
- W&A Gilbey
- White Horse Distillers
- William Sanderson & Son
Macleay Duff (Distillers) Limited
33 Ellersly Road
In the 1960s ceramic monks filled with Scotch sold as far afield as Peru.
A long established blend from an old Glasgow whisky firm, that is still popular in Asia.
A popular 20th century blend named after one of the great Glasgow whisky firms – Bulloch Lade.