Well, I just tried to find something interesting by looking into MJ's "Definitive world guide" to whisky.
As I look into the index for "Caperdonich" I am told that I should look to pages 148 & 167.
After immediate disappointment where I find no obvious notes on Caperdonich, I read the text more closely and find that Caperdonich has the same shaped stills as Glen Grant, but this whisky is supposedly "not as good", but it was once carried across the road in an overhead pipe!
He then suggests that the stillmen may have been rather pre-occupied watching football on the pitch outside the window.
So, I find a whole plethora of fascinating facts about Caperdonich:
It is across the road from Glen Grant
It has the same shaped stills as Glen Grant
The whisky once crossed the road in overhead piping (lending substance to that old joke question "why did the whisky cross the road")
There's a football pitch directly outside the distillery
The stillmen were avid football supporters
Later, I find that at Glen Keith, Seagram's experimented with a heavily peated version called Glen Isla and then did the same at Caperdonich and Benriach.
How's that for fascinating?