A blend of Single Malts from the finest distilleries within the Inver House portfolio, including Pulteney and Balblair, Knockdhu, Speyburn and Balmenach. Pulteney is the most northerly distillery on the Scottish mainland, situated in the fishing port of Wick. Established in 1826, the main water supply is via a lade that comes from the nearby Loch Hempriggs. Founded in 1790 Balblair is the second oldest working distillery in Scotland, situated on the Dornoch firth. One of the most stunning scenic areas of Scotland, the area is known as the parish of the peats.
Knockdhu distillery is situated in the highlands of Scotland, on the very edge of the Speyside region in a small village called Knock. The distillery itself was founded in 1894 after the discovery of several springs were discovered on the nearby Knock hill. Often described as the most photographed distillery in Scotland, Speyburn Distillery sits nestling in a valley on the northern edge of Rothes. There is a timeless feel and an air of serenity - the type of place whisky was meant to be made. Balmenach distillery is nestled at the bottom of the Haughs of Cromdale in the Spey valley. It was in these hills on the last day of April 1690 that an army of Jacobite soldiers was ambushed by dragoons, ending the Jacobite rebellion