The Adelphi Distillery was a Scotch whisky distillery, which was founded in 1826 in Glasgow and closed in 1907. The name was revived in 1993, for an independent bottler of Scotch whisky.

The great-grandson of one of the distillery's founders, Jamie Walker, established the modern day Adelphi independent bottler in 1993, selling the company to Keith Falconer and Donald Houston in 2004. Whiskies are selected by a nosing team chaired by whisky critic Charles MacLean. Adelphi has received numerous Malt Maniacs Awards. As well as many Bronze and Silver Medals, Adelphi received a Gold in 2006 for a Breath of Speyside 1991, cask no,. 5642, and a Gold Medal & The Ultra Premium Thumbs Up Award in 2009 for a Bunnahabhain 1974, cask no. 4780.