WHISKY BY REGIONS
Where a whisky is produced, determines it's characteristics. Having tasted whisky from all regions of Scotland and managed to convert some of the most adamant whisky haters, we’re strong believers that there is a whisky for everyone’s palate. We’d love you to put us to the test.
Campbeltown whiskies are varied and full of flavour. Hints of salt, smoke, fruit, vanilla and toffee mingle in whiskies of robust and rich character.
Islay (pronounced ‘eye-luh’) is a magical island where the majority of its population are involved in whisky production. Famous for fiery, heavily peated whiskies.
Soft and smooth malts are characteristic of this region, offering a gentle, elegant palate reminiscent of grass, honeysuckle, cream, ginger, toffee, toast and cinnamon. The whiskies are often lighter in character and perfect for pre-dinner drinks.
This region, which also takes in the islands, has a huge diversity of flavours and characters. From lighter whiskies all the way through salty coastal malts, the Highlands offers a Scotch for all palates.
The most densely populated Whisky region in the world, famous for fertile glens and, of course, the River Spey. Speyside whiskies are known for being frugal with peat and full of fruit. Apple, pear, honey, vanilla and spice all have a part a role in expressions from this region, which are commonly matured in Sherry casks.
Whisky Cask Investment Guide
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✓ The key whisky producing regions of Scotland and how they differ
✓ The overall size of the market
✓ Average net returns after storage costs and inflation
✓ Highlights of prominent bottles sold for record-breaking sums
✓ Reasons to buy
✓ How casks differ
✓ The buying process
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