Originally named Braes of Glenlivet, it was built by Seagram’s in 1973 to produce filling for the Chivas blends. Like its sister, Allt – a – Bhainne, it is attractively laid out – uncompromisingly modern, but with traditional elements such as a pagoda roof.
It became part of Pernod Ricard’s portfolio when the firm took over Seagram’s Scotch whisky division in 2000.
The following year, its new owner mothballed it for six years. It is now in full production.