Islay whiskies are in high demand as more Scotch drinkers look for unique and distinct flavors.
Taking its name from the Gaelic word for "the original," A'Bunadh celebrates Aberlour's founder, James Fleming, a steadfast believer in traditional distillation methods.
Oily and ashy, sweet and spicy, this limited edition Scotch is heavily peated, unlike AnCnoc's standard offerings.
Of the few remaining Lowland malt whisky distilleries left in Scotland, Auchentoshan rates among the best.
Founded in 1892, The Balvenie was one of the first distilleries to introduce various wood finishes to its malts.
A younger blended Scotch of distinction, this Bull gets our attention immediately.
One of the most storied distilleries in Scotland, Bowmore has created yet another memorable malt.
A classic blended scotch that has withstood the test of time since 1884, the 18 Year Buchanan Special Reserve is, well, special.
The 25 Year Old is another delicious offering from Bunnahabhain.
On the northern shore of Islay, for more than 130 years, Bunnahabhain has been carving out an extra peaty niche in Scotland’s whisky flavor landscape.