alcohol & beer


Question by  bakerdenn (65)

Where is Bell's Whiskey distilled?


Answer by  jossf3d (258)

It's distilled in Scotland, to be exact in the small town of Pitlochry at the Blair Athol distillery. It was established in 1798 and has been producing ever since. Bell's is a 12 year aged single malt product. The distillery is open for visitors. By the way for Scotch products the "e" is normally omitted, that usually denotes American whiskey.


Answer by  AndrewKinsey (147)

It is distilled in five different distilleries: Blair Athol, in Highland; Caol Ila, in Islay; Dufftown, in Speyside; Glenkinchie, in Lowland; Inchgower, in Speyside. All of these locations are in Scotland and are used in the distilling process. Bell wants to bring the most unique taste to its whiskey so they use different distilleries.


Answer by  river (1226)

In a town called Pitlochry, in the center of Scotland. The name of the actual distillery is Blair Athol. You can take a tour and they also have a gift shop.


Answer by  Kimm22 (130)

This smooth and mellow whiskey is a blend from four scottish distilleries: Blair Athol Distillery (Pitlochry), Inchgower, Pittyvaich and Dufftown.

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