Glenmorangie Distillery still house scales new heights
July 6 2018
Glenmorangie Distillery has embarked on a major expansion to meet global demand for its signature single malt whisky.
Work has already begun on the multi-million pound venture which will enable the Highland distillery to boost export capacity upon completion next year.
At its heart will be two copper stills, the largest yet installed anywhere in Scotland, which will be showcased via a dramatic glass enclosure overseen by engineering consultancy Blyth + Blyth.
Marc Hoellinger CEO and president of the Glenmorangie Company, said: “This is an incredibly exciting moment for Glenmorangie. It is particularly fitting that work on the new still house begins in the Distillery’s 175th anniversary year. These ambitious expansion plans will enable Glenmorangie to build on its success and satisfy the world’s increasing appetite for its fine Highland single malt whisky, putting it in a strong position for the next 175 years of exceptional whisky creation.”
A separate staff amenity building designed by Norr has also been proposed in the form of a single-storey steel frame structure with insulated metal cladding.
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