The rain pouring on Dumgoyne Hill granite rocks fills up with fragrant heather aromas, and runs down in pure and clear streams absorbing completely the unpeated barley flavour. Since 1833, the Glengoyne distillery has still been using traditional methods and craft arts to retain the authenticity of its whiskies. Located on the old Highland Line, the spirit is made in the Highlands but stocked in the Lowlands. At Glengoyne, the barley malting is done naturally, without using peat fire, which preserves the delicate, original aromatic hues of barley. Glengoyne Single Malt has a distinctive unpeated taste that lets each flavour to break through.