Cameron bridge distillery's lesser-known single grain whisky.
Lothian Distillers Company Profile
Lothian Distillers does not trade in its own right, but through North British Distillery Company, based in Wheatfield Road, Edinburgh. Widely known as the ‘NB,’ North British is Edinburgh’s last operational Scotch whisky distillery.
Lothian Distillers Company History
Lothian Distillers was formed in 1993 by The Edrington Group and Grand Metropolitan as a 50:50 joint venture to acquire The North British Distillery Company, with all other shareholders being bought out for £84 million.
Following the merger of Grand Metropolitan and Guinness in the late 1990s to form Diageo, Lothian Distillers is now equally owned by Edrington and Diageo, and continues to own 100% of North British Distillery.
The distillery was established in Edinburgh’s Gorgie district during 1885 by leading Scotch whisky blenders Andrew Usher, William Sanderson and John Crabbie, with a number of other blenders as shareholders, in order to provide an independent source of grain spirit for blending purposes.
Distilleries & Brands
- Diageo (Current owner)
- Edrington (Current owner)
- Ainslie & Heilbron Distillers
- Arthur Bell & Sons
- Bulloch Lade & Company
- Distillers Company Limited
- Grand Metropolitan
- Guinness UDV
- Hepburn & Ross
- Highland Distillers
- James Buchanan & Company
- John Haig & Company
- John Walker & Sons
- Jon, Mark & Robbo's Easy Drinking Whisky Company
- Justerini & Brooks
- Mackie & Co
- Macleay Duff Distillers
- Matthew Gloag & Son
- Peter Dawson
- RH Thomson & Company Distillers
- Robertson & Baxter Group
- Row & Company
- The Glenfyne Distillery Company
- The North British Distillery Company
- W&A Gilbey
- White Horse Distillers
- William Sanderson & Son
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.