Whisky has made a long-awaited return to St Andrews as Eden Mill launches the area’s first dram for 160 years.
It is toasting its milestone malt by giving whisky fans a chance to own a piece of history with the release of only 3,800 bottles.
It is the first time whisky has been distilled there since then Haig family owned the Seggie Distillery. It closed in 1860.
Eden Mill co-founder Paul Miller said St Andrews has a rich whisky heritage and the firm is picking up where it left off.
The launch of the whisky follows the announcement of Eden Mill’s expansion to a new £4 million distillery and brewery just metres from its current headquarters in Guardbridge.