Glen Moray has become the eighth distillery to join the famous Malt Whisky Trail. Situated in Elgin, the capital of Speyside, Glen Moray will complete the ‘circle’ of distilleries that includes Benromach, Cardhu, Dallas Dhu, Glenfiddich, Glen Grant, Glenlivet and Strathisla in addition to the Speyside cooperage.
The new distillery visitor centre was opened in July, and includes an expanded gift and coffee shop as well as historical displays.
“This is a huge achievement for Glen Moray and recognises the hard work and commitment by all our staff in making our distillery a first class visitor attraction,” said distillery manager Ed Dodson.
“We are looking forward to promoting the heritage of malt whisky to a growing number of visitors from around the world.”
The brand has enjoyed considerable success in recent years, especially in the United Kingdom where it is now the fourth biggest selling malt.