In 1892 the Balvenie New House mansion in Dufftown, Scotland, was converted into a distillery by William Grant. Today it still carries on the traditional whisky making process passed down through the centuries. Only locally grown barley is used to create their whisky. Balvenie is one of six distilleries that still uses its own malting floor.

Most notable of the Balvenie range is the triple cask range. The three casks used are first fill bourbon barrels, traditional whisky casks and Oloroso sherry butts. The distinct flavour is characterised by honeycomb and subtle spice flavours.