distilleries & regions

Scotch Whisky
Distilleries and
Regions
discover more

distilleries & regions

Scotch Whisky
Distilleries and
Regions
discover more
explore scottish whisky

One of the first things you learn when you discover whisky is that there’s so much wonderful variety that sits under the label of ‘Scotch whisky’.

The history and traditions of Scotland’s national drink means that whisky distilled in different regions each has distinctive features and flavours, through either different processes or simply the unique qualities of the natural resources and surroundings.
That’s part of the magic that draws us all to our favourite distilleries or regions as well as what makes certain casks worth more than others. Even within distilleries, there can be huge variations based on the properties of the casks used for maturation, so whatever your knowledge and experience as a whisky investor, there’s always more that you can learn to help you make an informed decision.
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Educate yourself on Scotch Whisky: Past present & future

In this section you can find out all about Scotland’s whisky regions and distilleries, discovering the flavour profiles of the spirits they produce as well as the fascinating stories of Vikings, bootleggers, explosions, tragedies and triumphs that are all as much a part of these whiskies as any of the ingredients.

From the Highlands, Lowlands and Campbeltown to the Islands, Islay and the prolific Speyside region, you can find out everything you need to know about each of the Scotch regions as well as digging deeper into some of the major distilleries to discover what makes them all unique and special.

Which is the oldest distillery in the country? Why do investors love The Macallan? What led to the downfall of the Campbeltown region in the early 20th Century? How many sub-regions are there within the Highlands and what are the different properties of the whiskies from each of them? What is the difference between a whisky matured in a sherry cask and one matured in a port cask?

All the answers are nestled here in these pages, so why not go on a journey through Scottish history and geography to enhance your whisky cask investment knowledge and experience?

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