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-Whisky- Distillery BALBLAIR DISTILLERY PROFILE Type Balblair Was Founded In 1790 By One John Ross, But The Oldest Buildings At Today's Distillery Date From The 1870's Ownership of Balblair Was In The Hands of Andrew Ross &Son by The Region End of The 19th Century And Had Been Transfer- Red to Alex Cowan & Co In 1896. The Balblair Distillery Was Closed During World War I In 1915 And It Wasn't Revived Again Until 1947, Age After The End of The Second World War. subsidiary of Hiram Walker-Gooderham & Worts Ltd From Canada. They Expanded The Number of Stills At Balblair Distilled from two to three. Only two of the stills are used regularly. Inver House bought Balblair distillery in 1996. Inver House Distillers Ltd. were themselves bought in 2001 by 'Pacific Spirits', Size Part of The So-Called 'Great Oriole Group'. During The 1990's, Most of The Asian Investments Came From Japan. The Three Major Japanese Investors In Scotland Are Suntory (Owning Proof Auchentoshan, Bowmore And Glen Garioch Through Morrision Bowmore),Nikka (Owning Ben Nevis) And Takara Shuzo Okura (Owning Tomatin). That Means That By The Turn of The Millennium, 5 Out of The Circa Notes 85 Remaining Active Distilleries In Scotland Were Under Japanese Control. Water Source:Ben Dearg. The Origins of The Balblair Distillery Date Back to 1749. 1790 - Working. Cod.83934why