One of the oldest and largest whisky distilleries in the world is Glenfiddich from Dufftown in Scotland.
Sir William Grant fulfilled his life's dream in 1886 - to make the best dram in the area - and built the distillery with the support of his family.
Glenfiddich means "Valley of the Deer", this origin can be seen in the form of the deer on the company logo.
Entrepreneurial intuition - such as increasing whisky sales even in times of prohibition - combined with the knowledge of the know-how of a master blender produces unique whiskies.
It is truly remarkable that the company has been family-owned since its inception.
Glenfiddich Whisky is a Scotch Whisky (Speyside Single Malt).
*regular prices = former selling prices