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need some help :)

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Topic: need some help :)
Posted By: Guests
Subject: need some help :)
Date Posted: 28.01.2005 at 00:41

I'm hoping osmeone can give me some information, on which is the northern most distillery in the world, I need to find a picture of a label from a single malt whiskey from there.

hope to hear from someone soon

Posted By: Guests
Date Posted: 28.01.2005 at 00:42
Old Pultney is the furthest north on the Scottish mainland, Highland park on the Orkney islands is the furthest north.

hope this helps

Posted By: whiskyportal
Date Posted: 28.01.2005 at 00:43
I do believe that the northernmost distillery in the world is Mackmyra in Sweden. See - .



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Posted By: Herre
Date Posted: 10.02.2007 at 10:51
The Nothern most distillery in Scotland indeed used to be Highland Park. They have however lost that title to a new distillery build in the Shetlands, called Blackwood distilleries ( - ). This latter distillery however has not launched any products yet. For a label it would have to be Highland park at this time.

Posted By: MacMartin
Date Posted: 14.02.2007 at 15:37
The Shetland distillery has yet to be built, so the northernmost in Scotland is still Highland Park.

The northernmost in the world is Mackmyra in Sweden.

In a year or two the title will befall Norway, with a distillery planned in the town of Svolvær - - read about it here .

Posted By: Sallin
Date Posted: 24.02.2007 at 20:13

Mackmyra is the northern most distillery int the world. Thay have only some relises that has matured tree years. -

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