Ardmore: A look behind the scenes at this exciting closed door whisky distillery
Founded in 1898 and the home of the famous Teacher's blend, Ardmore is one of the least well known Highland whisky distilleries.
Having recently been given a new lease of life as a single malt, there has been talk of a new visitor centre, however for the time being it remains closed to the public. Here, we take a look behind the scenes to catch a rare glimpse of a distillery that doesn't normally allow visitors.
1. Ardmore Distillery in Kennethmont
Ardmore was William Teacher & Sons first whisky distillery and was founded by Adam Teacher in 1898.