AA Muirhead Profile

Located in Milnathort, A. A. Muirhead was a specialist blender in the early 20th century, whose brands included Muirhead’s Finest Old, Tally Ho, Strathfillan, and – Muirhead’s most famous brand – the King James VI 1603 blend. All of these whiskies were bottled at 40% abv.

AA Muirhead History

Not to be confused with Charles Muirhead of Muirhead’s Blue Seal fame, Andrew A. Muirhead was based in Milnathort in Kinross-shire. The company’s whisky labels depicted stunning Scottish scenery in a watercolour style, making them easily recognisable. In particular, the Tally Ho blend features an early foxhunting scene with riders and hounds. In addition to Scotch whisky, A. A. Muirhead also bottled a Jamaican rum.

Distilleries & Brands

See also

  • J Duncan Thomson & Company J Duncan Thomson & Company J Duncan Thomson & Company Blender

    J Duncan Thomson & Company

    J. Duncan Thomson & Co Ltd. was a blending company based in Dunbartonshire.

  • Mansfield Brewery Company Mansfield Brewery Company Mansfield Brewery Company Blender

    Mansfield Brewery Company

    Now a subsidiary of Marstons, this brewer and blender used to create the Ben Royal blended Scotch.

  • Borco-Marken-Import Matthiesen Borco-Marken-Import Matthiesen Borco-Marken-Import Matthiesen Blender

    Borco

    Germany and Austria-based blender and bottler that owns the Glenkenny and Dean’s Scotch whiskies.

  • Hay & Son Hay & Son Hay & Son Blender

    Hay & Son

    A Sheffield-based wine and spirits merchant and whisky blender that closed in 1970.

Scroll To Top