Dalmunach Distillery, owned by French group Pernod Ricard, was built on the site of a former distillery near Carron in Moray and was officially opened by Scotland’s first minister Nicola Sturgeon in June 2015.

The distillery is named after a nearby pool in the River Spey and has a production capacity of around 10 million litres of spirit a year. The distillery features eight copper stills with tulip and onion shapes, replicating the stills of the original Imperial Distillery which had been located on the same site until 2012.