|Distillery Opened||Capacity||Malting Floor||Washback Type||Number of Washbacks||Number of Wash Stills||Number of Spirit Stills|
|1897||5.7 million litres||Dismissed in 1978||Stainless||14||4||6|
Graham respected the Glen Moray traditions, and he wanted to explore innovative new techniques.
- 1897 West Brewery dated 1828 was reconstructed as Glen Moray Distillery.
- 1910 The distillery closed
- 1920 A cause of financial trouble, the distillery was forced for sale, it was bought by McDonald & Muir and three year later restarts production
- 1958 The distillery was reconstructed and the floor malting were replaced by a Saladin box
- 1978 Own maltings were terminated
- 1979 Number of stills is increased to four
- 1996 McDonald & Muir Ltd changes name to Glenmorangie plc.
- 1999 The wood fishes are introduced: Chardonnay and Chenin blanc
- 2004 Louis Vuitton Moet Hennessy bought the distillery and a 1986 cask strength a 20 and 30 yo were released.
- 2008 The distillery was sold to la Martiniquaise.
- 2009 A 14 yo Port Finish and an 8 yo matured in red wines casks are released
- 2011 Two cask finished and a 10 yo Chardonnay maturation were released
- 2016 Classic Chardonnay Finish and Classic Sherry Finish were released as well as a 15 and 18 yo.
Since March 2016 the Glen Moray distillery is equipped with a new, highly efficient 11 ton full lauter mash tun.
There are 14 stainless steel washbacks placed outside with a fermentation time of 50-60 hours and nine stills.
- Classic Port
- Classic Peated
- Classic Chardonnay Finish
- Classic Sherry Finish
- 12 yo
- 15 yo
- 18 yo
- 25 yo Port finish
- 1994 vintage
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