Scotland Whisky

Scotland's whisky, often referred to as Scotch whisky, has a rich and storied history dating back centuries. It is legally defined and regulated by the Scotch Whisky Association, ensuring strict standards of production and quality. Scotch whisky is produced in various regions across Scotland, each contributing unique characteristics to the final product.

From the peaty and smoky whiskies of Islay to the smooth and delicate expressions of the Lowlands, Scotland offers a diverse range of flavors and styles to suit every palate. As of 2022, there were 141 whisky distilleries in Scotland, making Scotch whisky one of the most well-known geographical markers globally.