Collection Inchgower - Speyside Single Malt Scotch Whisky
Inchgower Distillery is a whiskey distillery on the outskirts of Buckie, Moray, Scotland producing a single malt of the same name.
The distillery was built in 1871 to replace the Tochineal Distillery but closed in 1903. Buckie City Council bought the business in 1936 and in 1938 it became the property of Arthur Bell & Sons Ltd. over, and to this day the Bell's logo is still used in advertising for Inchgower. The current operator of Inchgower is Diageo. Since 1966 Inchgower has had four distilleries in operation.
Inchgower's distillations are an important part of Bell's Blended Whisky.
Classified as a Lower Speyside Malt, the Inchgower draws its water from a spring that rises in the Menduff Hills south of Buckie.