Open To Visitors:
The Black Burn
Allied Distillers Ltd
+44 (0)1343 547433
(Call for visiting hours)
Miltonduff distillery was established in
1824 and was extensively modernised in the
1930s when it was taken over by Hiram
Walker. Two Lomond stills where added in
1964, this was for production of a
second malt called Mosstowie. More
modernisation took place in the 1970s.
In 1981 the Mosstowie stills where changed to increase production of
the Miltonduff malt. Mosstowie malt was no longer produced. Mosstowie is
still available in the Connoisseurs
Choice Range from Gordon & MacPhail.
Allied Distillers acquired Miltonduff in 1992. Only a small amount
of the malt produced is sold as single
malt. Most either goes into Allied Group
blends such as Teachers, Ballantine's
and Old Smuggler or is sold to other
In general the house style for
the Miltonduff distillery tends to be:
Flowery, clean, firm, elegant. Makes a
fine fragrant after dinner dram.
Miltonduff Tasting Notes
10 Year Old From Gordon &
Light gold. Nose:
Fruity aromas - raisins, with fragrant
heather and cereal notes. Taste:
Sweet, fruity cereal flavours with a
spicy edge. Floral/freshly cut grass
Balanced sweet and round.