Closing in June 1993, Rosebank’s stills and equipment were later stolen by unknown criminals. The biggest move for Rosebank in the last few years was the purchase of the site from British Waterways and the rights to the name and stocks from Diageo by Ian Macleod, owner of Glengoyne, Tamdhu and Smokehead brands. The aim is to fully reopen and produce whisky at the distillery. Two 30 year old single cask whiskies are destined to demonstrate how the cherished lowland malt still creates demand from collectors.