Islay is the greatest of whiksy islands, much of it deep with peat - making thewater flow dark and brown; battered by salt winds, rain and the cold scottish seas of the inner hebrides. It is said that a dram of islay whisky gives the unmistakable taste of Scotland. The 8 distilleries on the island are fmaous throughout the world for thier peaty characteristics and dry finish, behing the smoke, however, the gentle mossy scents, traces of seaweed and just a hint of spice.
|In Scotland the natural characteristics of each region lend a hand in the age-old practice of distilling single malt whisky. Now you can embrace the distinct characteristics of the Scottish whisky regions. Taste your way through the Highlands, Lowlands, Speyside and Islay with the McClelland’s range of Single Malt Scotch whiskies as your guide.