INCHDAIRNIE Distillery, a new malt whisky distillery, based in Glenrothes in Fife, opened its doors today.

From its striking architecture to a meticulously designed whisky-making process based on five flavour innovations, the distillery is taking a bold approach, while remaining respectful of tradition.

Founded by whisky industry veteran, Ian Palmer, above, the distillery is located in the outskirts of Kinglassie, Fife. The build took around 18 months and it will produce two million litres of whisky in its first year.

The distillery, which has created 10 new jobs, uses numerous efficient production methods, all designed to enhance its quest to innovate with flavour, and allowing InchDairnie to reduce waste and save energy. Over the coming years, InchDairnie Distillery will focus on laying down stock for the future and the creation of its first InchDairnie Single Malt Scotch whisky, which is expected to be available to consumers around 2029.