Since both distilleries are largely gone now my fantasy answer would be St. Magdalene/Linlithgow. A distillery with a lot of history behind it. It's on the grounds that was once a leper colony in the 12th century later turned convent, turned hospital till turning into a distillery in the mid-1700's (you gotta love the Scots!) on the railway between Glasgow and Edinburgh. Turning it into a row of flats was an anti-climatic turn in history for this site but no telling what it'll turn into a 100 years from now.