Millburn Scotch whisky distillery is located on the eastern side of Inverness on the banks of the Mill Burn, and is believed to have dated from 1807. At some point in the mid 1800s David Rose a local corn merchant was operating the property as a mill.
The distillery was renovated in 1876 and sold to A Haig & Co in 1892.
In 1922 the distillery had to be rebuilt after a serious fire.
DCL mothballed the distillery in 1985 and in 1988 the distillery was sold for property development. The site is now host to a restaurant & pub called “The Auld Distillery” on Millburn Road.
Millburn Whisky Tasting Notes
Nose : Rich and smoky
Palate : Smooth, rich, spicy, citric fruit.
Finish : Spicy and dry.
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