Aberdeen Whisky Company Profile

The Aberdeen Whisky Company primarily dealt in blended Scotch for the export market with brands that included the Clan Cream, Bag Pipe Player and Old Aberdeen blends, and Royal Deeside vatted malt.

Both a NAS and eight-year-old version of Royal Deeside were produced, with the brandn named after the area alongside the River Dee that is home to Balmoral Castle.

Aberdeen Whisky Company History

The Aberdeen Whisky Co. was based in Aberdeen. Very little is known about the company, although it appears to have been at its peak in the 1950s and 60s.

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.

  • AA Muirhead AA Muirhead AA Muirhead Blender

    AA Muirhead

    Early 20th century blender with a focus on brands that reflected the Scottish countryside.

  • 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.

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