Whisky Distilleries

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Talisker was the only distillery on the Isle of Skye in the group of the Inner Hebridian Islands until the opening of Torabhaig in 2017. It produces a peated, very spicy Single Malt Scotch.
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Highland Park has the distinction of being the most northerly distillery in Scotland, being located on the north island of Orkney. This beautiful but isolated distillery has an impressive range of official bottlings.
The Arran Distillery lies on the same named Island. Its first bottles where bottled in 2001 and are now sold worldwide.
On the small island of Jura lies a single distillery the Isle of Jura distillery. It mostly produces Single Malt Whisky and is very famous for its official bottlings.
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Tobermory is the only distillery on the Scottish Ilse of Mull and is located in the middle of the eponymous capital of Mull. Tobermory is one of the oldest active distilleries in Scotland.
Macfarlane & Townsend founded Scapa distillery in 1885, with the operation being headed up by John Townsend. John Townsend was the general manager of the operation until 1919, when the Scapa Distillery Company Ltd was founded. However, it went into...
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The Isle of Raasay Distillery is the first legal distillery on Raasay, an island in the Inner Hebrides. It was opened in September 2017.
Torabhaig is the second distillery on the Isle of Skye ever to be granted a distilling license. After long years of planning on the part of the independent bottler Mossburn Distillers, ground was broken for the new distillery in 2014. In 2017, the first...
The Isle of Harris distillery in the small village of Tarbert describes itself as a 'social distillery' and was founded to strengthen the local economy. It is the first (legal) distillery on the Isle of Harris in the Outer Hebrides.