Island Whisky


Island Whisky

With more than 80 islands scattered alongside the rugged coastline of Scotland, it was only natural that these remote regions became popular spots for distilleries during the period when production was illegal. And because the key producing islands of Arran, Mull, Jura, Skye, Lewis and Orkney (excluding Islay, which is its own whisky region) are spread far and wide, the single malts in this category express a wide variety of characters, although many are salty and have smoky peat undertones.


Arran Machrie Moor Cask Strength


Arran Machrie Moor Cask Strength On the west coast of the Isle of Arran lies a windswept and mystical peatbog called Machrie Moor. Bronze Age stone circles and standing stonesare strewn across its barren, undulating terrain. One of the stone circlesis...

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