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Ardbeg is one of the most famous distilleries on the Isle of Islay. It was officially opend in 1815 by John McDougall, but whisky was distilled long...


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Glen Ord

Thomas Mackenzie founded Glen Ord distillery in 1838. The distillery lies in the Muir of Ord in the Norther Highlands very close to the barley fields...


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Highland Park

The Highland Park distillery is most northern distillery in Scotland. It is a typical Highland Scotch whisky with a true island touch.


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Read a quick overview about how Scottish Single Malt whisky is fermented in the washbacks. See how the sugar in the mash is turned into beer (wash).