Scotland has five official whisky regions – with Island being a hotly debated sixth!
Please note – depending on stock levels, whiskies may vary from those shown.
Campbeltown – Once the whisky capital of the world, these whiskies tend to be gentle & smoky.
Islay – The smallest region. The whiskies are complex and peaty.
Highland – The Largest whisky producing area. The whiskies are full bodied, sweet and rich.
Lowland – Undergoing a revivial in new distilleries. The whiskies are to be both soft and delicate.
Island – From islands around the scottish coast. The whiskies are diverse, often rich and smoky.
Speyside – Has the highest density of distilleries. The whiskies are known for being light and sweet.