Knockando Distillery is a single malt Scotch whisky distillery located in Knockando, Moray, in the Strathspey whisky region of Scotland . Acquired by W&A Gilbey in 1904, the winery became part of the J&B/Grand Metropolitan in the 1960s and 1970s, and is now owned by the multinational Diageo.
The winery is currently located near the derelict Dalbeallie station, which is closer to the Tamdhu winery. The railroad was long since demolished and is now part of a long walk on Speyside Avenue. The old station has been renamed Tamdhu Station because the buildings were used by the brewery for meetings.
Knockando Distillery owns a famous collection of casks that were added to the J & B Ultima blend in 1994 to celebrate the 500th anniversary of Scotch whisky. This blend contains 128 different whiskies (116 malts and 12 grains), with 1 of each cask still maturing in warehouses.