The shadow of Easter Elchies House falls on the gardens at The Macallan

The shadow of Easter Elchies House falls on the gardens at The Macallan

 The Aber River that runs into the Spey.

The Aber River that runs into the Spey.

 Dennis Malcolm was born in a house next to Glen Grant Distillery. He started working there when he was 15, became the master distiller and now lives in a house on the other side of the property.

Dennis Malcolm was born in a house next to Glen Grant Distillery. He started working there when he was 15, became the master distiller and now lives in a house on the other side of the property.

 A post box in a field in Cardow.

A post box in a field in Cardow.

 The whisky selection at the Tannochabrae Guest House in Dufftown.

The whisky selection at the Tannochabrae Guest House in Dufftown.

 Jim Walker’s grandfather started a small bakery in Aberlour and Jm grew up delivering loaves of bread in a wheelbarrow.  Today, Walker’s Shortbread is the largest exporter of food in Scotland.

Jim Walker’s grandfather started a small bakery in Aberlour and Jm grew up delivering loaves of bread in a wheelbarrow. Today, Walker’s Shortbread is the largest exporter of food in Scotland.

 A trail winds through the hills near Dufftown.

A trail winds through the hills near Dufftown.

 The Mash Tun Whisky Bar in Aberlour.

The Mash Tun Whisky Bar in Aberlour.

 Robert Mitchell, ghillie on The Macallan Estate

Robert Mitchell, ghillie on The Macallan Estate

 The ruin of Rothes Castle.

The ruin of Rothes Castle.

 The tasting room at Ballindalloch Distillery, built by the Guy Macpherson-Grant, the 23rd Laird of Ballindalloch Castle.

The tasting room at Ballindalloch Distillery, built by the Guy Macpherson-Grant, the 23rd Laird of Ballindalloch Castle.

 A pheasant in Cragganmore.

A pheasant in Cragganmore.

 A cache of special barrels at The Macallan.

A cache of special barrels at The Macallan.

 The Cragganmore House.

The Cragganmore House.

 The Balvanie Castle.

The Balvanie Castle.

 Samples of whisky at The Macallan’s distillery.

Samples of whisky at The Macallan’s distillery.

 The Cragganmore House.

The Cragganmore House.

 A portrait of the Macpherson-Grant family hangs in the Ballindalloch Distillery,

A portrait of the Macpherson-Grant family hangs in the Ballindalloch Distillery,

 Sheep in a field near the River Livet.

Sheep in a field near the River Livet.

 Wool at the Knockando Woolmill.

Wool at the Knockando Woolmill.

 A building on The Macallan Estate.

A building on The Macallan Estate.

 The old distillery at The Macallan.

The old distillery at The Macallan.

 The new distillery at The Macallan.

The new distillery at The Macallan.

 A cat in a graveyard in Cardow.

A cat in a graveyard in Cardow.

 The woods on the Balindalloch Estate,

The woods on the Balindalloch Estate,

 The shadow of Easter Elchies House falls on the gardens at The Macallan
 The Aber River that runs into the Spey.
 Dennis Malcolm was born in a house next to Glen Grant Distillery. He started working there when he was 15, became the master distiller and now lives in a house on the other side of the property.
 A post box in a field in Cardow.
 The whisky selection at the Tannochabrae Guest House in Dufftown.
 Jim Walker’s grandfather started a small bakery in Aberlour and Jm grew up delivering loaves of bread in a wheelbarrow.  Today, Walker’s Shortbread is the largest exporter of food in Scotland.
 A trail winds through the hills near Dufftown.
 The Mash Tun Whisky Bar in Aberlour.
 Robert Mitchell, ghillie on The Macallan Estate
 The ruin of Rothes Castle.
 The tasting room at Ballindalloch Distillery, built by the Guy Macpherson-Grant, the 23rd Laird of Ballindalloch Castle.
 A pheasant in Cragganmore.
 A cache of special barrels at The Macallan.
 The Cragganmore House.
 The Balvanie Castle.
 Samples of whisky at The Macallan’s distillery.
 The Cragganmore House.
 A portrait of the Macpherson-Grant family hangs in the Ballindalloch Distillery,
 Sheep in a field near the River Livet.
 Wool at the Knockando Woolmill.
 A building on The Macallan Estate.
 The old distillery at The Macallan.
 The new distillery at The Macallan.
 A cat in a graveyard in Cardow.
 The woods on the Balindalloch Estate,

The shadow of Easter Elchies House falls on the gardens at The Macallan

The Aber River that runs into the Spey.

Dennis Malcolm was born in a house next to Glen Grant Distillery. He started working there when he was 15, became the master distiller and now lives in a house on the other side of the property.

A post box in a field in Cardow.

The whisky selection at the Tannochabrae Guest House in Dufftown.

Jim Walker’s grandfather started a small bakery in Aberlour and Jm grew up delivering loaves of bread in a wheelbarrow. Today, Walker’s Shortbread is the largest exporter of food in Scotland.

A trail winds through the hills near Dufftown.

The Mash Tun Whisky Bar in Aberlour.

Robert Mitchell, ghillie on The Macallan Estate

The ruin of Rothes Castle.

The tasting room at Ballindalloch Distillery, built by the Guy Macpherson-Grant, the 23rd Laird of Ballindalloch Castle.

A pheasant in Cragganmore.

A cache of special barrels at The Macallan.

The Cragganmore House.

The Balvanie Castle.

Samples of whisky at The Macallan’s distillery.

The Cragganmore House.

A portrait of the Macpherson-Grant family hangs in the Ballindalloch Distillery,

Sheep in a field near the River Livet.

Wool at the Knockando Woolmill.

A building on The Macallan Estate.

The old distillery at The Macallan.

The new distillery at The Macallan.

A cat in a graveyard in Cardow.

The woods on the Balindalloch Estate,

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