The River Spey runs through the
Grampian area of Scotland, just
north of Aberdeen. Along this
river are many distilleries that turn
barley, yeast, and pure water into
Scotland's national drink, Scotch
whisky.
I stopped to visit the
Glenfiddich Distillery in
Dufftown. Glenfiddich is
owned and managed by the
fifth generation of the Grant
family. Below, I am with
William Cameron, who gave
me a tour of the distillery.
The copper kettles, above, are used to
distill the whisky. The buildings,
below, are store houses in which the
casks of Scotch age. The pagoda
roofs allow air to circulate in the
buildings.