GLENDRONACH 21 YEAR OLD PARLIAMENT
The GlenDronach distillery in the Forgue valley in Aberdeenshire is named after the source of its water; the Dronac burn.
it has a history of enterprising owners from the flamboyant James Allardice to the ambitious Water Scott. Although times have moved on, the process used to create the GlenDronach has remained largely unchanged. Today’s malt is created using great Oregon pine washbacks and the same shaped stills used in 1826.