Dalwhinnie Est 1898 is Gaelic for "The Meeting Place" & the base whisky in Buchanan's. Central Highlands between Perth and Inverness.
Dalmore Est 1839 is Gaelic for "The Big Meadow" & important in Whyte & Mackay. Northern Highlands; north of Inverness.
Mortlach Est 1823 is Gaelic for "Big Hill" & was the first distillery in Dufftown. Speyside in the Highlands.
Bunnabahain Est 1881 is Gaelic for "Foot or Mouth of the River" & distilling 43 years before legalization! Northeastern part of Islay.
Bowmore Est 1779 is Gaelic for "Great Sea Reef" & distilling 45 years before legalization! South Central on Islay.
Glenglassaugh Est 1875 is Gaelic for the "Glen of the Grey Green place". Speyside in the Highlands.
Arran Est 1995 is Gaelic for "Place of Peaked Hills" & is the only distillery on the Isle of Arran.
Glenlossie Est 1876 is Gaelic for "Glen of the Lossie"; River Lossie is nearby & important in Johnnie Walker. Speyside in the Highlands.
Mannochmore Est 1971 is Gaelic for "Place of the Monks" & shares the same site w/ Glenlossie. Important in Johnnie Walker. Speyside in the Highlands outside of Elgin.
Knockando Est 1898 is Gaelic for "Little Black Hill & the base whisky for J&B. Speyside in the Highlands.