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Scotland boasts the largest number of whisky distilleries in the world.
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Learn more about Scottish whisky

  • 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 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 different types of whisky?

We can note the Blended whisky which is the most widespread, the Single Malt rom a single distillery and the Single Cask that comes from a single barrel, as the main types of whiskies.

  • 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.

  • What are the different types of Sherry casks?

We count six, but the four most commonly used sherry casks are the Fino, the driest characterized by hazelnut; the Oloroso, darker with a more marked character; the Pedro Ximenez, softer and sweeter; and Amontillado, heavier and slightly softer than Fino. Browse our article to learn more about whisky aged in Sherry casks.

  • Where to find the best whisky? 

Each year, World Whiskies Awards and other competitions reward the best whiskies in each category. Discover the awarded of the year 2020 as well as our selection de exceptional whiskies and exclusive bottlings. 

  • How to choose a good whisky to offer? 

Try to know the brands, distillery or type of whisky that the person appreciates to offer novelties with close profile. You can also opt for a whisky gift box that always has its effect!

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