Scotland boasts the largest number of whisky distilleries in the world.
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  • What’s special about Scotch whiskies?
    Traditionally, Scottish distilleries practice double distillation in their manufacturing process when it is often triple for Irish whiskeys. Browse our collection of Scottish whiskies.
  • Where are the Scotch whiskies produced?
    Scotland has the largest number of distilleries in the world and offers Scotch whiskies of a diversity of characters and absolutely unique aromas that vary according to the production regions. The regions of Arran, Highlands, Lowlands, Jura, Mull, Orkney, Speyside, Campbelltown and Islay can be seen.
  • What is a Scotch Whisky?
    In order for a Scotch whisky to be described as 'scotch', it must meet two essential conditions: its alcohol level must be at least 40° and it must have aged in barrels for at least 3 years on Scottish territory. Discover our range of Scottish whiskies.
  • What are the must-have Scottish whiskies?
    Find the best of the great Scottish distilleries through our selection of must-have Scottish whiskies: Lagavulin, Ardbeg, Glenmorangie and many other references of the largest Scottish distilleries!
  • What’s the difference between an Irish whiskey and a Scotch whisky?
    Apart from their geographical origin, Scottish and Irish whiskies can be distinguished by their production. A Scottish whisky is traditionally double-distilled while an Irish whiskey is distilled three times.
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