One of the most historical bodies of waters of Scotland – Scapa Flow – is located in the Orkney Archipelago, off the Scottish North Coast. The peaceful waters of the Scapa Flow make it a natural, well-protected harbour for seamen and ships through ages.
Hard to reach, closed from 1994 to 2000, this distillery is maybe the most traditional one in all Scotland, and was part of the “Magnificient 7”, the malts entering the composition of the famous Ballantine’s blend. Resulting from a unique craft production, Scapa whisky is produced from a Lomond wash still, which accounts for its velvety and delicate body. Only five men, together with the Master Distiller, are working at the distillery and make Scapa a rare, iconic Single Malt fascinating whisky lovers worldwide!
Scapa has been part of the Pernod-Ricard group since 2005.