Glen Garioch's  distillery in Oldmeldrum, Aberdeenshire, is open again to the public following a £6 million investment by its owner Beam Suntory.

The distillery has been fully renovated, returning to traditional processes with reinstated malt floors and direct-fire still, and reducing its carbon footprint.

One of the oldest operational distilleries in Scotland, Glen Garioch is allowing visitors to see the behind the scenes, immersing themselves in the sights and sounds of the distillery.

Alongside this, Glen Garioch is launching a 1991 Bourbon Single Cask, from which visitors can bottle their own whisky straight from the cask in one of the distillery’s historic warehouses.

The distillery is “returning to its roots to further enhance the quality and complexity of its legendary small batch, hand-crafted Highland single malt, and honouring its 225 years of heritage”.