The Speyside Distillery is located close to the village of Drumguish in the Speyside Region. This distillery was established in the place where an old mill, built in the 17th century, used to stand. Only the booth was dug by George Christie in 1962, then it was rebuilt so that it could be used to produce whisky. The distillery was completed in 1987 and the production of whysky itself began in 1990.
Despite its small size, the distillery can produce up to 600,000 liters of alcohol per year. Today the distillery produces distillates such as Single Malts SPEY or BEINN DUBH. These are such Maltese singles as: Tenne, Trurina, Fumare, President’s Choice, Royal Choice, and also Beinn Dubh Single Malt.