Our aim is to create a celebration and online resource for all things Glen Mhor. Prior to this, the distillery has been overlooked, with most of the focus around closed distilleries going towards the big guns like Brora, Port Ellen and Rosebank. Great distilleries on their own merits, but so was Glen Mhor.

We're on the lookout for photographs, stories and anything related to the distillery. Even if you worked at the distillery, or have tales from a relative who worked there, we'd love to hear them.

The whiskies will follow with our thoughts in the coming years - that's the fun bit!

But we hope you enjoy what we've created so far and if you have anything new to offer, please get in touch via email (glenmhorwhisky at gmail.com), reach out via Instagram or leave a comment. We're also on Pinterest as well and of course, Facebook.

If you want to use any of our research or material, please get in touch and also give credit. 

In particular, we're looking to find:

  • The Distillers and Brewers' Magazine, February edition 1898, is meant to contain a Glen Mhor supplement. Update: we have this now but better quality images are still desired.
  • Photographs of within the distillery.
  • The booklet, Pictures of Inverness, with a peep into Glen Mhor Distillery, written by none other than Alfred Barnard. This was a promotional type publication, Barnard had written similar publications for Dalmore and White Horse which have survived. Hopefully, we can find this and take a peek.
  • Glen Mhor Distillery, Inverness. The Wine and Spirit Trade Record, 8th October. 1907, pp. 1-8.
  • We also know that the distillery extension plans came up for sale on eBay in January 2020 (see below), sadly friends were unsuccessful in bidding for these plans. We'd love to be able to show you these in greater detail... Note, these warehouse extensions were from 1898.