Iconic drams return as Brora and Port Ellen distilleries to be reopened by whisky firm Diageo
Two "lost" Scottish distilleries closed more than 30 years ago are to be brought back to life following a £35million investment in the whisky market.
Port Ellen and Brora have lain silent since they were closed in 1983, but their whiskies have become some of the most highly prized and sought after in the world.
But now whisky company Diageo is set to invest £35m to reopen Port Ellen Distillery on Islay and Brora Distillery on the remote eastern coast of Sutherland.
Cask filling and traditional warehousing will be included on both sites in an attempt to replicate the original... read more
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