Currency and Delivery Country

  1. Shopping at Master of Malt is safe and secure.

We're just loading our login box for you, hang on!

Teaninich

The Teaninich whisky distillery has a total annual capacity of four million litres and runs at full capacity. As much as three quarters of this are used for blending; Teaninich is a major component in Haig Dimple and the legendary VAT 69, as well as Johnnie Walker, for whom the distillery mainly produces for.

Indeed, Teaninich has never marketed itself as producer of single malt Scotch whisky, which is rather a shame, for it exudes as much character and body as its two illustrious neighbours: Dalmore and Glenmorangie. The distillery buildings are rather austere in appearance, sited as they are on an industrial estate at the banks of the River Alness, in stark contrast to the nearby Dalmore distillery, which lies blissfully, overlooking the Cromarty Firth.

Teaninich was founded in 1817 by Captain Hugh Munro who owned the estate for which the distillery was named. The whisky distillery remained in Munro family hands up until 1904, when Robert Innes Cameron, formerly a major share holder, became the sole owner. Following his death in 1932, the distillery was acquired by Distillery Company Limited a year later. Following various mergers during the latter part of the 20th century, the distillery is currently owned by Diageo. There has only been one official release from the Flora and Fauna range and very few independent bottlings.

Teaninich 30 Year Old 1982 (cask 9323) - Directors' Cut (Douglas Laing)

70cl, 47.80%

Distilled at the Teaninich distillery in December 1982, this is a 30 year old, single cask Speyside malt. It was aged in a refill butt before bottling for the Directors Cut range in late 2012. A…  More info

Teaninich 30 Year Old 1982 (cask 9323) - Directors' Cut (Douglas Laing)
$192.06

Teaninich 2004 - Connoisseurs Choice (Gordon and MacPhail)

70cl, 46%

While a lot of their whisky goes into Johnnie Walker blends, the Teaninich distiller produces some very lovely single malt Scotch whiskies which are often released by independent bottlers. This…  More info

Teaninich 2004 - Connoisseurs Choice (Gordon and MacPhail)
1
$40.59

Teaninich 23 Year Old 1973 - Rare Malts

70cl, 57.10%

A cask strength bottling from the Teaninich distillery, matured for 23 years and released as part of Diageo's Rare Malts range.  More info

Teaninich 23 Year Old 1973 - Rare Malts

Teaninich 40 Year Old 1973 - Old & Rare Platinum (Hunter Laing)

70cl, 48.90%

It's not every day you see Teaninich single malt Scotch whisky, as a lot of the distillery's produce ends up in some very well known and well loved blends. However, some of the whisky does make it to…  More info

Teaninich 40 Year Old 1973 - Old & Rare Platinum (Hunter Laing)
1
$494.31

Teaninich 40 Year Old 1973 (cask 20236) - Tantalus (Duncan Taylor)

70cl, 51.60%

From the Duncan Taylor Tantalus range comes a 40 year old Teaninich single malt Scotch whisky, which was distilled way back in 1973. These Tantalus bottles all come presented in hand-blown glass…  More info

Teaninich 40 Year Old 1973 (cask 20236) - Tantalus (Duncan Taylor)
$1099.72

Recently viewed

We use cookies to help provide you with the best possible online shopping experience. By using this site, you agree that we may store and access cookies on your device. Visit our privacy policy page for more information.