To be considered a single malt Scotch whisky, it must be made in Scotland, at a single distillery, using the pot distillation method. The whisky is then aged in oak casks in Scotland for a minimum of three years. We carry a unique selection of single malts from regions such as Highland, Islay, Speyside, Islands, and Lowland. According to Scotch Whisky Association, the Highland produces the most diverse styles of Scotch from salty coastal malts to lighter whiskies. Islay is pronounced "eye-luh" and these whiskies are known for their peaty and fiery characteristics. Speyside whiskies, in contrast, exhibit less peat and more fruity notes; they are commonly aged in old Sherry casks, which impart extra flavours. Soft and smooth characterizes Scotch whiskies from Lowland, which make excellent pre-meal drinks due to their lighter nature.
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