Glenmorangie expansion moving along

Photo courtesy of the BBC

Glenmorangie has installed the last piece of a new four-still set in its Tain, Ross-shire, Scotland, distillery.

The 5.14-meter high swan-necked copper is part of what the company says is the nation's tallest whisky still.

The installation is part of an overall $68 million (US) expansion and upgrade that included additional fermentation capacity and additions to existing buildings in phase one which was completed in October. The distillation equipment expansion and upgrade is phase two.

It is the largest expansion in the history of the distillery, which was founded in 1843.

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