The Tamnavulin Distillery is a relatively young distillery, whose purpose, like many other Scottish distilleries, has always been the production of whisky for blended whisky compilation.
Its name in Gaelic means “mill on the hill”. It was established in 1966 in the village of a similar name, Tamnavoulin, on the banks of the Livet River. It is situated in a very picturesque area, on a steep slope of the river valley, where the Allt a Choire stream flows into it, from which Tamnavulin draws its production water.
Rarely found in the single malt edition, it was once issued in the official version as a 12-year-old whisky. A few single malt versions can also be found in the offer of independent distributors.