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Region: Whisky
Regions: Highlands, Speyside
Colour Range: Whisky
Number of Whiskies: 2 whiskies


Production began in 1894 just outside Dufftown, near the River Fiddich at the heart of Speyside. Designed by local man Donald Mackay, the distillery took its name from the Conval Hills. Founder, Peter Dawson, took as motif for his well-known brand Dawson’s Perfection the bluebell, symbolic flower of Scotland and a common springtime sight on Speyside.

His distillery enjoyed good railway links and its whisky was always in demand by Glasgow merchants, including James Buchanan, who took over in 1906. However, fire broke out in the area of the tun room on 29 October 1909. Convalmore was rebuilt, to produce steadily save in wartime until finally falling silent in 1985. Sweet starting, maritime style with a characteristic lingering, smoky finish.