Glen Garioch Est 1797 is Gaelic for "Valley of Rough Ground" and distilling 27 years before legalization. Speyside in the Highlands.
Benromach Est 1898 is Gaelic for "Shaggy Mountain"; Speyside's smallest distillery.
Ardmore Est 1898 is Gaelic for "Great Height" & the base whisky in Teachers. Ardmore's name was first used on Islay at a now closed distillery in the mid 1800 teens to 30's. Eastern Highlands outside of Speyside.
Dailuaine Est 1852 is Gaelic for "Green Valley"; located in the Spey Valley & important in Johnnie Walker. Speyside in the Highlands.
Benrinnes Est 1826 is Gaelic for "Promontory Hill"; located in the Spey Valley & important in Johnnie Walker. Speyside in the Highlands.
Balmenach Est 1824 is Gaelic for “The Middle Farm”; also the home of Caorunn Gin. Speyside in the Highlands.
Glen Burgie Est 1810 is Gaelic for “Glen of the Fort” & important component in Ballantine's. Speyside in the Highlands.
Teaninich Est 1817 is Gaelic for “The House on the Moor” (infertile land) & important in Johnnie Walker. Northern Highlands; north of Inverness near Alness.
Aberfeldy Est 1896, opened 1898 is the largest malt whisky component in Dewar's. The name possibly means there was a Pictish establishment in this area/region.
Edradour Est 1825 is Gaelic for “Between Two Waters” Scotland's smallest distillery. North of Edinburgh in Pitlochry; Central Highlands.