Duncan Taylor Scotch Whisky Limited is located in Huntly, a small town in Northeast Scotland that is rich in heritage and steeped in history. To commemorate one of the important landmarks found in the town of Huntly. Duncan Taylor Scotch Whisky Limited released the Battlehill range that consists of some of the finest single malt and single grain Scotch Whiskies distilled at most of Scotland's premium distilleries have been bottled over the years under this range such as Aberlour, Bowmore and Macallan to name a few.
Battlehill holds a historical significance in the battle for the throne between Robert The Bruce and John Comyn, Earl of Buchan, who was one of the most powerful nobles in Scotland. Robert The Bruce's son, Robert Bruce, had taken ill and was treated in the town of Huntly. Edward, Robert The Bruce's brother had moved a large part of his army to safer wooded lands of Slioch, south of Huntly. John Comyn seized this opportunity and assembled and army to attack Robert The Bruce. An archery battle took place without either side gaining a decisive victory, Earl's army eventually withdrew. Battlehill is one of many historical landmarks situated in and around Huntly that holds a particular significance in the history of Scotland.