Longmorn Distillery

Status:
Operational

Established:
1894

Owner:
Pernod Ricard Group

Capacity:
4,500,000 litres

Visitor Policy:
Not generally accessible

Tel:
+44 (0)1343 554 139

Address:
Longmorn,
Near Elgin,
IV30 8SJ
Morayshire, Scotland
United Kingdom

Longmorn is named after a holy man called Morgan whose chapel once occupied the site on which the distillery was built in 1894-95 by John Duff. Ownership was taken over in 1897 by James R. Grant after Duff was forced into bankruptcy during the construction of the neighbouring Benriach distillery (known contemporaneously as 'Longmorn II'). Longmorn-Glenlivet Distillers merged with Glenlivet and Glen Grant in 1970 before the Seagram takeover in 1978.

Like so many products that were once part of the Seagram stable, Longmorn has been benefitting from increased investment by its more recent owners Pernod Ricard.

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