|Glen Moray Distillery to right of warehouses, Gallow Hill behind|
|Glen Moray from the Inverness road approaching Elgin|
|Some of the well stocked malt bins|
The mill is a Porteus dating from 1985 so relatively recent in terms of the lifespan that distilleries get from these ever reliable workhorse machines. Water for all processes is from the River Lossie and we shall see later that the river tries to get in on the action a bit too much sometimes.
|Does exactly what it says on the tun!|
|Glen Moray washbacks|
|One of the two pairs of stills|
|Insulating cladding around the still bases|
|No. 1 Warehouse and distillery lade returning to River Lossie|
|View through a Glen Moray bourbon cask|
I mentioned the River Lossie above, a river that is prone to flooding as the rainfall that makes this area one of the gardens of
|2002 Flood level marked on warehouse wall|
|Glen Moray core range|
In the last two years the distillery has also been running some heavily peated batches at 40ppm for short periods. A 1 1/2 yo sample was very balanced, the smoke not overpowering the zesty notes and with a taste much older than it is, with a still robust 22ppm being carried over into the bottle.
|Glen Moray Distillery dell|