Aultmore is a whisky distillery in Keith, Banffshire, owned by Bacardi subsidiary Dewars.
Aultmore produced their first official bottling, a 12-year-old, in 2004, after an earlier flora and fauna release, and an earlier rare malts release.
Historically, the distillery's malting floors closed in 1968 and the entire distillery was rebuilt and expanded in 1970. A new spirit still and wash still were placed in addition to the two stills that were already present, and Aultmore reopened in 1971. The distillery was also one of the first to use the draff, a waste product of whisky production, as animal feed.